Sharon Darke

Big Steps for Small Feet: My Snowdon trek

Fundraising for Twins Trust
raised of £750 target
by 70 supporters
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Event: Big Steps for Small Feet with Discover Adventure 2022, on 3 July 2022
Climb Snowdon on Sunday 3 July 2022 and raise money to help families who have lost one or more of their multiples


Since I am embracing hills this year (with my running) I have decided to take on a different challenge…

On July 3rd I will be taking part in the Snowdon Climb for Twins Trust bereavement support group,  alongside 8 other Baby Loss charities. Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales, at an elevation of 1,085 metres above sea level. 

The money raised will go to our bereavement group and help fund new literature, befriender training, our yearly Memorial meet up and other ‘in person’ events as well as helping us to continue to provide much needed support for our bereaved families and friends, and health professionals who support families following the death of a twin, triplet or more.

Charlie and Joshua would have been 23 this year… and as you all know it is so important for me to keep their memory alive. I have made so many friends along my journey and look forward to sharing this challenge with some of them. 

I plan to carry your babies and children with me (if you would like me to). I will be writing names on rose petals and releasing them somewhere near the top of the mountain. I will be filming the release and will share live if possible or as soon as I can if not. Please let me know if you would like your baby to be included. I will be honoured and privileged if they can be part of my day. 

About the campaign

Climb Snowdon on Sunday 3 July 2022 and raise money to help families who have lost one or more of their multiples

About the charity

Twins Trust

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Twins Trust is the only UK-wide charity working to improve the lives of twins, triplets, and more & their families. We campaign to improve health outcomes; fund clinical research to reduce the risks faced at birth, and provide practical support & information to families, including those in crisis.

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