Car park open this Saturday

We will be opening our car park from the Greys Road entrance to raise funds for our Kilimanjaro Charity challenge in aid of the Stuart Turner Charitable Foundation, as follows:

Friday 5th  December from 4 - 9pm - Parking only

Saturday 6th December from 9 - 6pm  - Car Wash and Parking

Saturday 13th  December from 9 - 6pm - Car wash and Parking

We look forward to seeing you!

All money received will be donated to the Stuart Turner Charitable Foundation. Alternatively you can donate as follows: 

Just Giving:

Text:  Text the word  Charity to  70660 to automatically donate £5.00. Alternatively you can donate an amount of your choosing simply by texting the word Charity followed by the amount you wish to donate. For example - Charity £10


Your support has been incredible and we thought you might like an update on how the team are progressing with their quest to raise money by climbing, well we say climbing when what we really mean is embarking on a gruelling 7 day test of endurance, to reach the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro! 

Meet the team: 

Kilimanjaro team

From left to right:Santosh Ghale, David Roome, Lee Cowcher, Chris Dean, Conor Reeves, David Eseyre, Jack Yeo, Lisen Reilly, Paul Bradford and Rory Topping, the team leader for this challenge. 

Snowdon 2

During November eight of the group climbed Snowdon, giving them an opportunity to test their kit and fitness, I'm pleased to report that not one blister plaster was needed…yet!

They have also opened the Stuart Turner car park from the Greys Road entrance in Henley on Thames, offering parking and the option of having your car washed in exchange for a donation.

Visitors to the town, looking for a central place to park have welcomed the opportunity and the team have been really overwhelmed by the response. This alone raised £1139.54

All of your kind donations via the Just Giving webiste, text donations, cheques and collection tins at various locations have raised £6324.18. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you!

Written by Stuart Turner at 16:00



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