CVSRT - September 2020
A huge congratulations to Will Carver for completing the Peak District 75KM Silver Challenge this weekend.  Will finished the course in around 10 hours and finished in second place, an amazing result.
Will completed the challenge whilst raising money for Calder Valley Search and Rescue Team and has raised over £200 so far.
To read Will’s story and donate please visit -


14 Sep 2020
One of Calder Valley Search and Rescue Team (CVSRT) members, Paul Taylor, continues to ride, one wheeled (on a unicycle!), along the canal towpath system across the country from Runcorn to Goole, all in order to raise much needed funds to provide equipment for CVSRT’s specialist Swift Water Rescue Technicians.
Paul is scheduled to pass through Mytholmroyd and CVSRT’s headquarters this evening (Monday 14th September) and he has shared some words on his challenge. 
CVSRT need to equip the SwiftWater and Flood Rescue Team with essential Flood Rescue items. 
Calder Valley has frequently been struck by severe flood events in recent years. Bearing Up! plans to ride, on one wheel on the canal towpath system across the country from Runcorn to Goole, passing over Summit in order to raise much needed funds for flood vulnerable communities along this route.
I am making the journey over multiple days from July 2020.
… and WHEEL eventually get there...!
Please feel free to donate whatever you can...

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