Catbells Festival of Light

The ‘Catbells Festival of Light for Community Action Nepal’ took place on Saturday 23rd April with the aim of raising vital funds for Nepali earthquake victims and also putting the post earthquake rebuild back into the public eye.  Over 500 people attended the event,  Through donations, raffle ticket sales, cake sales by Little Chamonix Café and map sales by Rivers Publishing, over...
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The Catbells Festival of Light for Community Action Nepal – Sat 23rd April

On Saturday 23rd April Lakeland Mountain Guides will host The Catbells Festival of Light for Community Action Nepal. Keen to get the Nepal Earthquake back in people’s minds One Year On, they’re going for something even more extravagant than Blencathra by Moonlight for Community Action Nepal, which they hosted in June 2015 and raised no less than £5k. The aim of this evening is to...
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Everest the Hard Way by Doug Scott CBE, Colne, Lancs, 5th October – save the date

Doug Scott will be telling the story of how he and Dougal Haston made the first ascent of the world’s highest mountain by its massive South West Face in September 1975. Their epic climb would go down in mountaineering history as ‘Everest the Hard Way’. Using a lightweight approach, Doug went on to continue his outstanding mountaineering career – making over forty first...
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Everest the Hard Way by Doug Scott CBE in Bristol on 25th October – save the date

The Esser Memorial Lecture, Bristol Speleological Society.  Doug Scott will be telling the story of how he and Dougal Haston made the first ascent of the world’s highest mountain by its massive South West Face in September 1975. Their epic climb would go down in mountaineering history as ‘Everest the Hard Way’. Using a lightweight approach, Doug went on to continue his...
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Everest The Hard Way by Doug Scott CBE at Moel Siabod Café, Conwy on 8th October

Proceeds from the talk will go to support the work of CAN. Doug will be telling the story of how he and Dougal Haston made the first ascent of the world’s highest mountain by its massive South West Face forty years ago. Their epic climb would go down in mountaineering history as ‘Everest the Hard Way’. Doug went on to make over forty first ascents in the Himalaya and Greater Ranges. He...
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FUNDRAISING LUNCH PARTIES in BANBURY

Ingram and Hywel Lloyd supported CAN’s earthquake appeal in November and February through the hosting of 10 lunches at their home – Ingram catered for 102 friends in total, an extraordinary achievement.  On offer was a main course with dessert and a glass of wine [additional glasses available but donation requested- and more wine was drunk as you can imagine!] and the Lloyds have...
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ONE YEAR ON – CAN REFERENCE AND PROGRESS REPORT

After a great deal of thoughtful preparation Doug has just signed off on his report which brings the history of Community Action Nepal up to date with important post-earthquake project restoration news. View the embedded version below, or download to read later. Through the writing of this report Doug’s intention was not only to thank everyone for helping  support CAN over so many years,...
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The Earth Moved: Surviving the 2015 Nepal Earthquake by Row Smith

Row Smith has launched a crowd funding campaign for her memoire: ‘The Earth Moved: Surviving the 2015 Nepal Earthquake’. All proceeds from this campaign will be donated to CAN – if she make the £15,000 target (she is 21% there as at today – 2 March). The deadline to meet this target is 31 May 2016. Any contribution to Row’s memoir will get your name printed in...
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Everest the Hard Way by Doug Scott, CBE at Cranleigh School, Surrey on 5th May

A special talk at Cranleigh School, Surrey on Thursday, 5th May marking the first anniversary of the earthquakes that devastated Nepal. Proceeds from the evening will go to support CAN’s Nepal Earthquake Appeal. Doug will be telling the story of how he and Dougal Haston made the first ascent of the world’s highest mountain by its massive South West Face forty years ago. Their epic climb...
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FIFTY’S THE LIMIT FUND RAISING EVENT

Will Legon invites you to join him on Saturday 2nd April 2016 [not quite April Fool’s Day!] on what he describes as an “insane 50 mile sponsored walk through the Peak District National Park to be completed within 24 hours”. Proceeds to CAN’s Earthquake Appeal. Please click on this link to find more details: Fifty’s the...
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