Thursday, 28 August 2014

Follow the Lego(R) brick road...

The High Sheriff of Derbyshire, David Coleman QPM DL, is 'beating the bounds' of his patch in what he is calling "the High Sheriff's way". A two-hundred and twenty mile (355km) walk around the Derbyshire County Boundary taking in many of the well known Peak District attractions. With sixteen stages over six weeks its definitely a busy schedule but all with the intention of raising awareness and funds for the High Sheriff's chosen charities - the Peak District Mountain Rescue Organisation(PDMRO) and The High Sheriff's Fund.

The High Sheriff will be supported by PDMRO (and the Lego Team) but he is also inviting anybody to join him at any time and for any distance. There are still five stages remaining with just under eighty-five miles to go. So why not come and join the High Sheriff this coming Saturday as he walks from Doveridge to Newton Solney.

the High Sheriff and supporters 'beating the bounds'
You can support the High Sheriff by:

You can support the Lego Mountain Rescue team by:
You can support Derby Mountain Rescue Team by: 
You can find out more about the PDMRO teams and support them via the links below:
You can support Mountain Rescue England and Wales by: 
"Mountain Rescue - so much more than mountains"

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