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I am hiking from Bal Mawr to Sugarloaf Mountain for Campaign Against Living Miserably because I want to raise money for suicide prevention

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Campaign Against Living Miserably

We provide a campaign and helpline. to help prevent male suicide in the UK.

Charity Registration No. 1110621

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*Please note: I have now completed this walk, but am still accepting donations. I originally planned to walk as part of the organised South Wales Three Peaks trial but was unable to attend this event due to illness. I instead did the walk by myself on 23rd May. My walk still followed the same route, and will be certificated by the event organisors.*

Thanks for taking time to visit my JustGiving page.

My brother, Oliver, died last year. He had a lot of problems which got the better of him and things seemed hopeless. Tragically, he took his own life. Every day I wish I could tell him how much he is missed. I wish I could go back and give him whatever help he needed to get past his problems.

Oliver loved to go walking around his local area in Pembrokeshire. His passion for exploring is part of what inspired me to get involved in mountain hiking, and it has become an important part of my life. I always feel closest to Oliver when I am out hiking.

I want to raise money for a charity called CALM, which campaigns to reduce male suicide rates, because I want to help other people who are struggling with the same problems my brother had, and prevent them from resorting to such desperate measures.

On 23rd May I walked from Llanthony Priory to Abergavenny, over the peaks of Bal Mawr, Pen Cerrig-calch and Sugarloaf Mountain.

All donations will be very much appreciated.

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