Tagged with:Fundraising: Challenges

  • Snowden Challenge

    27 Aug 2013

    Paul Barrington (soon to be Parent Contact) completed the gruelling Snowdon Challenge along with friends Greg Mear and Richie Heynes, to raise money for CLAPA. Paul’s daughter, Seren, was born with a cleft lip and palate.

  • River Humber Swim

    14 Aug 2013

    On Sunday 30th June, Malcolm Bell took part in an event that would send shivers down the spine of less courageous individuals. Malcolm and a team of equally daring swimmers (all from local businesses) swam across the River Humber as part of the Warner’s Health Humber Business Swim.

  • 60 Lengths for 60 Years

    6 Aug 2013

    To celebrate his 60th Birthday, Stephen Prichard decided to row a length for every year he has been on the planet.

  • Chirk To Llangollen Sponsored Walk

    4 Aug 2013

    When Lorna Beeke’s sister found out that her baby would be born with a cleft lip and palate, the family pulled together to organise and participate in various fundraising activities for CLAPA.

  • Three Peaks, One Day

    3 Jun 2013

    Melissa Chandler was born with a cleft palate, and to show her appreciation for all the support she and her family have received over the years, she’s decided to test the limits of her endurance and take on the 3 Peaks Challenge!

  • 250 Miles to Home

    26 Apr 2013

    My name is Chris, when my brother was born he had a cleft palate that was unfortunately missed and not diagnosed. He grew up will speech problems and because of it was subject to bullying in school. When he was 5 it was finally noticed after years of trying that he had a cleft palate.

  • Cambridge Psychologist Rides from Paris to Nice

    25 Apr 2013

    James Kiff, a Speciailst Clinical Psychologist from the East of England Cleft Service, has planned an ambitious cycle ride from Paris to Nice in France to raise money for CLAPA.

  • Straumann Go The Extra Mile For CLAPA!

    16 Apr 2013

    Straumann UK like a challenge, so to prove it they have committed themselves to raising a significant amount of money for charity by organising a bike ride from their headquarters in Basel, Switzerland to their UK offices in Crawley, West Sussex - a mere 600 miles in six days!

  • Trekkers Conquer Annapurna Circuit

    19 Feb 2013

    Jay and Lisa-Marie Bush took up the challenge of an unguided trek of the Nepalese Annapurna Circuit during October-November 2012 after Lisa-Marie's cousin Lesley had a child with a cleft.

  • ‘Tough Guy’ Tony Wins Medal for Son Ashton

    16 Feb 2013

    "Ashton and all the other cleft children out there are the real tough guys. I just wanted to get Ashton a medal to prove it and I was mentally prepared to do what ever it took to cross that finish line and get it for him."