Trek24 in aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance. I took part in trek24 in 2019 which was a really well organised charity event organised by the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
Last years trek24 was put on hold due to this flu thing that was hanging around. This year (so far) we are back on track to raise money for this really worth while cause.
The East Anglian Air Ambulance currently only flies until midnight. After that the Doctors and Critical Care Paramedics are only available by in a Rapid Response Car.
Living where I live (on the border of Gondor) I can take 40 minutes for critical care to reach a patient in need.
The east anglian air ambulance is a charity and needs to raise an extra 1 million pounds in order to make themselves available 24/7.
In 2019 the trek24 event raised over 100k towards this goal.
This year EAAA is hosting 3 separate trek24 events, 1 in Norfolk, 1 in Suffolk and 1 in Bedfordshire.
What I need is your support. I’m looking to raise at least £250 to go towards the air ambulance becoming 24/7.
The route of the Norfolk Trek24
Trek24 Norfolk follows the Norfolk heritage coast, encountering cliffs, sand dunes, creeks and golden beaches, following the sea the whole way.
You’ll explore gorgeous little fishing villages, seaside resorts and nature reserves with flourishing wildlife.
The trek is a linear route, with coaches taking you to the start point in Heacham (24 mile) or Thornham (24 km).
The finish line is at the magnificent Holkham Hall Stately home.
Trek24 consists of either a 24km or a 24 mile route on either of the 3 routes.
There is still plenty of space if you would like to join in on this. Take a look at the further detail here.
It’s really simple to sponsor me all you need to do is follow the link and donate via Just Giving.
The trek24 event I took part in in 2019 was really well organised. Over the 24 miles we walked we covered some beautiful countryside along the Norfolk coastal path.
There were teams from all over the places. There was even some previous patients of the Air Ambulance. One guy fell from a climbing wall and broke both his legs. Once he was able to walk, he decided to take part to give something back to the fantastic clinicians that helped him.