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£568raised of £268 target by 22 supporters

    Weʼve raised £568 to support WATERisLIFE

    Leeds, UK
    Funded on Saturday, 1st September 2018

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    This May, Becca and I are taking on the Pennine Way.

    We will be hiking 268 miles starting in Edale, venturing through the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, North Pennines and Northumberland all the way to Kirk Yetholme which is over the border in Scotland.

    Yes you heard it right, we're walking to Scotland!

    I've read that 90% of those that begin the walk don't make it all the way, but health permitting we SHALL be in the victorious 10%.

    We'll be carrying all our gear and food and camping wild and are aiming to complete the walk in 19 days. I know - it sounds hellish, but we love all things outdoorsy and are up for the challenge.

    When planning for the trip we came across water filter bottles that allow you to safely drink potentially contaminated water. This is a really simple and clever technology that will enable us to safely drink water from streams en-route and significantly reduce the weight we are carrying. Thankfully this is a piece of kit that us privileged Percy's will rarely have to use.

    We often take water for granted but there are still 1.8 billion people in the world who lack access to safe drinking water.

    Women and children around the world spend over 70 billion hours a year walking for water

    For these people, water filters give LIFE., which is why we have decide to raise money for the charity WATERisLiFE.

    WATERisLIFE is on a mission to provide safe drinking water to 1 billion people by December 2020

    Bringing innovative water technologies and education to those in need, they offer a sustainable solution to end the water crisis.

    We will be matching the fundraising target and donating £268 ourselves. If we hit our target then this will provide nearly 100,000 gallons of clean drinking water.

    You can read about the amazing ways WATERisLIFE bring clean water to people here: https://waterislife.com/impact/clean-water#the-sunspring

    You can follow our Pennine Way adventure on Instagram @nathanm0seley

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      22

      • Maryam

        Maryam

        Jun 20, 2018

        £10.00

      • Becca Gooding

        Becca Gooding

        Jun 20, 2018

        £134.00

      • Nathan  Moseley

        Nathan Moseley

        Jun 13, 2018

        £134.00

      • Marion and Everton Gooding

        Marion and Everton Gooding

        Jun 4, 2018

        Amazing achievement you guys!!!Sooooo proud of you.What a wonderful cause.Look forward to the next adventureLoads of loveMum and Dad xx

        £20.00

      • Saul Pearson

        Saul Pearson

        May 28, 2018

        Congratulations guys!!! Fantastic effort and achievement! xxx

        £5.00

      • Katrina Ellis

        Katrina Ellis

        May 24, 2018

        Nearly there! You can do it! Wooooo proud of you guys xxxxxxxxx

        £15.00

      • Shauni Sanderson

        Shauni Sanderson

        May 23, 2018

        Loving seeing the updates! You guys are doing so well :)

        £10.00

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      Nathan Moseley

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      Leeds, UK

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