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Richard Smith

52 in Britain - Wilderness

A walk across Britain along the line of 52° North for Wilderness Foundation UK because nature can really help build young people's skills

100 %
raised of £1,733 target
by 52 supporters

Wilderness Foundation UK

It helps people to acquire essential life skills through wilderness trails programmes. Using nature as a classroom, leadership, decision making, self-esteem and respect for others are developed. Increased responsibility towards the environment and community is an invariable outcome and is a powerful antidote to growing materialism marking modern society.

Charity Registration No. 1118493


You can find out all about my Summer 2019 walk across Britain at

I’ve chosen to support 3 different charities – see why at

Thank you very much for making a donation to support the crucial work of the Wilderness Foundation UK, headquartered in Essex

The charity harnesses nature's power to transform vulnerable lives and empowers people to conserve nature.  Their Chatham Green Project in Essex is a 400-acre living classroom, engaging young people with nature, farming and food security.

Their Scottish programme, known as Imbewu (meaning “seed” in Zulu), takes young people who may not have had the best start in life and gives them transferable skills and a way into employment.

Importantly, the Wilderness Foundation UK develops a deep connection with nature, building future leaders for a sustainable planet.

Find out more about the Foundation's great work at

Thanks very much for your generosity

Richard x





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