Supporting Paul Grose Kilimanjaro Climb for Cancer Research Wales

Proud to support


Proud to support


In aid of Cancer Research Wales, Farrell is proud to support Paul Grose, who is climbing Mount Kilimanjaro next Thursday 9th June – 19th June. Postponed in 2021 due to Covid, Paul will be undertaking the trek this year which requires a minimum of £5000.

Having worked alongside Farrell on installations for over 15 years, we can vouch for his energy, commitment and drive!

Please help us get Paul from £2690 to £5000, any donations big or small are all hugely appreciated and spread the word if you can.

We wish Paul all the best in his endeavors and look forward to keeping you updated with his preparations and progress.

For more information about the climb, keep scrolling.

Thank you,

The Farrell Team.

About the Kilimanjaro Climb

About the Kilimanjaro Climb

  • A brave team of trekkers will be setting off on 9th June 2022 to complete a challenge like no other.
  • Climbing the World’s highest freestanding mountain – Mount Kilimanjaro.
  • Trekking 70km – from the tropical temperatures of the rain-forest, across the dusty African plains and through the clouds to the snow-capped summit of Uhuru Peak.
  • Camping along the way.
  • Rewarded with a sunrise like no other. Watching the world wake up, from the rooftop of Africa.
  • Summit height: 5,895m / 19,341 ft.

About Cancer Research Wales

  • There has never been a greater need for research. Every 30 minutes, someone in Wales is diagnosed with cancer, and each week 171 families in Wales lose a loved one to cancer.
  • Although survival rates are improving, nearly 9,000 lives are lost annually here in Wales.
  • There are currently 130,000 people living with cancer in Wales. This figure could nearly fill the Principality Stadium, twice. This figure is expected to nearly double by 2030.
  • Over the past few months, like many charities, Cancer Research Wales has had to adapt quickly to this crisis, as the devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is being felt across the World.
  • Today’s research is tomorrow’s health, and our researchers will be needed more than ever before to make up for lost time in the fight against cancer. Cancer Research Wales will be there to ensure they are supported as they continue to make a difference for cancer patients across Wales.
  • Paul will be helping to raise vital funds to support Cancer Research Wales, as we continue to create better outcomes for cancer patients here in Wales.

If you would like to support Paul you can make a donation here:

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