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3 months ago

Stefan Janikiewicz

£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid

8 months ago

Cosgrove family

£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Phil & Margaret! Great work!

8 months ago

Catriona White

£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid

Excellent work Dad and the rest of the team! Great cause!

8 months ago


£5.00 + £1.25 Gift Aid

8 months ago

Sheila Disley


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Ann Waterworth


For Steve Burrows

8 months ago

Iain Thomson

£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid

Good effort Ali!

8 months ago


£30.00 + £7.50 Gift Aid

Congratulations = great initiative

8 months ago

Graham Sharpe

£40.00 + £10.00 Gift Aid

8 months ago

John Catton

£28.00 + £7.00 Gift Aid

"climbed" Malvern Hill (1397 feet) within 50 miles of Dudley my birthplace

Alistair Clark is raising money for Rotary Club Of Mid Wirral Trust Fund

Climbing Your Birth Hill/Mountain

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The Members of Mid-Wirral Rotary Club intend to Climb the height of their hill located within 50 miles of where they were born thereafter called their "Birth Hill/Mountain" or an equivalent walking distance related to the height - 5 miles per 1000 feet. Under Covid-19 restrictions, climbing the stairs in their own houses. To be carried out over a 10 day period. Moneys raised to go via Mid-Wirral Rotary club to "Stick & Step" Wirral and "Classrooms in the Clouds" one of our International Charities we are supporting this year based in Nepal. The area has been badly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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8 months ago

Samden would like to share few more pictures of our teachers Lami Sherpa and Aruna Rai who had hiked to their birth hill mountain. Their destination is called Panch Pokhari, which in English translates to “five ponds”. There are five ponds in close proximity so, the place is called 5 ponds. It is also considered a sacred pond by the Hindus. Many people visit the pond for pilgrimage. The pond is at the height of 4350m i.e 14,271.00 ft. The team took 11 hours to reach the destination beginning at the altitude of 1800m i.e 5905.00ft. They spent a day close to the destination and returned the next day. Hopefully on our Facebook page!

8 months ago

Roger completed the virtual climbing of the three highest mountains in his country of birth: Scafell Pike, Scafell and Helvellyn, a total of 9589 feet.

He used my total walking mileage of just under 48 miles which included various Wirral walks, walks in the North East, prescription deliveries in Neston, rounds of golf at Mold GC etc to achieve this at 5 miles per 1000 feet...

8 months ago

Thanks to ALL who have supported us - Mid-Wirral Rotary - in this challenge -financially and in many other ways.

8 months ago

4 of the CITCNepal members hiked to the top of 9128.00 ft tall mountain called Phulchoki on Saturday. Phulchoki is the highest mountain surrounding Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal.

The team started at the elevation of 4970.00 ft at 8 am. They climbed 4158.00 ft., took 22,234 steps and covered a distance of 7.8 kms to reach the summit. It took the team a total of 4 hours to reach the summit and another 3 hours to walk downhill. Here are few more pictures from the birth hill climb team Nepal. This team also carried a notice of Mid-Wirral Rotary Club to the summit.

The Education Support Officer, two of the CITCNepal teachers and 6 students participated in the hike to Rangdong Monastery, Cheplung. The monastery is at the height of 2840m i.e 9317 ft. from Lukla (the gate way to Everest), it takes an hour and half to reach the monastery. Pictures of these events are on our Facebook page. We are grateful for the Social media support from both "Stick'n'Step" and "Classrooms in the Clouds" As well as this visible support from Samden Sherpa and his colleagues.

9 months ago

Stephen White completed his of Kinder Scout.

Well done to all. Further details and photos of these are on Facebook

Alistair Clark is fundraising for

Rotary Club Of Mid Wirral Trust Fund

Charity number: 1115829

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