Exactly what one needs after a 43k bike ride - #FISH
Doing it for mental health .....You can donate here https://www.gofundme.com/3-peak-challeneg?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fb_co_campmgmt_w
Wow I’ve been spoilt for views this week, from #castles
🏰 to forts : from Brean ➡️ Sandpoint. 42.73k so 26 miles in 3:26 hours + 454 m elevation. Yes it’s fun, but it’s also time consuming and tiring. I’m doing this in preparation for the 3 peak challenge in a few months where I will crack Mount Snowdon Ben Nevis and Skafel Pike in 24 hours which is total of 23 miles and 3064 metres of ascent. I’m doing it for mental health research and I could do with a little help raising some money for this amazing cause!! Every penny counts - even just a little .... you can donate here : https://www.gofundme.com/3-peak-challeneg?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fb_co_campmgmt_w
About Mental Health Research UK
Mental Health Research UK is the first UK charity dedicated to raising funds for research into mental illnesses, their causes and cures. Mental Health Research UK was registered as a charity in 2008 (Charity No: 1125538). In April 2014 Mental Health Research UK linked with the #Schizophrenia
Research Fund (SRF). The linking came about as over the years both charities have been awarding joint #PhD
Scholarships in the field of schizophrenia and the trustees of both organisations had a common interest to develop this association further.
The Trustees of SRF and the #Trustees
joined the new board of Trustees which now manages both charities. The association makes the future of Mental Health Research UK more financially secure and ensures that at least two PhD Scholarships can be awarded each year for the foreseeable future.
It is one of the few #charities
in the #UK
which gives at least 95% of all donations received to our charitable aim - in our case, research. If you support us, nearly every penny you give is helping to make a difference in the long-term .
If you wonder how big the problem is, please have a look at the statistics presented in The Statistics.
Funding for mental health research: the