for, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
Peaks Challenge Review
to Coast Journal
fund-raising challenge for Hearing Dogs
for Deaf People
Colin's (on right of picture), Three
highest mountain, Ben Nevis (4400feet), England's highest,
Scafell (3215feet) and Wales' Mount Snowdon (3558feet) - total
walking distance 24 miles - and travelling, with no support or
backup, between mountains by car - 485 miles - in 24 hours to raise
funds for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
our Three Peaks Challenge and my Coast to Coast walk can be seen by following
Coast to Coast
fund-raising challenge for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
Wainwright's 190 miles
Coast to Coast walk through three national parks
from Cumbria to North Yorkshire with my German Shepherd Dog, Raika.
Please follow links for
my Journal and
Raika's account of the
Coast to Coast.
Coast to Coast walk,
seen through the eyes of,
and I each have different reasons for supporting Hearing Dogs. Colin
has a deaf son and knows too well the value of a Hearing Dog. We would
both welcome any support you can give to this worthwhile charity
Hearing Dogs is
registered charity which trains dogs
to alert their deaf owners to
sounds we take for granted, providing greater independence,
and security. Most are selected from rescue centres or donated as
to train and maintain a hearing dog. The charity receives no
government aid or funding and relies solely on
the enthusiasm and generosity of individuals.
able to donate
generously by clicking on the hearing dog links and help to transform
the life of a deaf person. Monies
earned from clicks
on the Google Ads will be forwarded to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
life of a deaf person and an unwanted