The HRC Hike
The HRC team and friends (Sam Chance, Ross Carter, James Rees, Shane Lewis, Keterina Albanese, Nadine Close, Rachel Parkes, David Fisher, Stuart Walker, Alex Evans, Matt Keeley, Ani Yates, Miranda Martin, Hannah Bush, Gemma Churchill, Madi Whitcombe, Jamie Pearson, Abby Cairns, Tom Meek) will be hiking the famous Snowdonia Horseshoe on Saturday June 1st, a gruelling 7 hour trek that includes conquering 'Crib Goch', one of the UK's most exposed ridges in aid of raising money for Hospitality Action.
Here's a video of someone climbing Crib Goch - Not for the faint hearted. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELdijJpGcyc
A little more about Hospitality Action:
Behind their smiles and slick service hospitality workers can fall upon hard times just like anybody else. Ours is a stressful industry, with long hours, high pressure environments and physically demanding work.
Injuries, mental health problems and addiction are sadly a feature of modern life in the hospitality trade.
That’s where Hospitality Action steps in. Hospitality Actions works to provide hospitality workers with financial, physical and psychological support to help them overcome adversity and get back to work as quickly as possible. Hospitality Action helps individuals and their families stay afloat with grants to cover anything from rent payments to school uniform for their children. And for those who sadly can’t return to the industry they love, we provide ongoing support to transition them to the next stage of their lives.
For older people who have retired from the industry, Hospitality Action provide grants to help with heating bills, home conversions or even funeral costs for loved ones. Just as importantly, Hospitality Action provide a lifeline to prevent loneliness and isolation and our ‘Golden Friends’ enjoy regular contact and local events to help them stay active and connected to their community.
To find out more about their work and the difference it makes visit