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Swanage Fire Station Ladder Climb

£1,065 of £1,500 goal

Raised by 7 people in 10 months
Swanage fire station is holding a charity ladder climb in aid of The Fire Fighters Charity and Nick Dampney on Saturday 27th October at The Mowlem Theatre, Swanage.

We are also raising money to help ex firefighter Nick Dampney (also known as Piers by his friends and colleagues) to raise £20,000 for specialist treatment for multiple sclerosis in Moscow.

The Fire Fighters Charity helps give firefighters who serve in our community help and support in their time of need. This ranges from psychological therapy  to physical rehabilitation after injury or trauma to help get them back to duty.

Our aim is to climb the height of Mount Everest (8848 metres) in one day. This will be a tough challenge but with your help conquer this mountain!
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Thanks to everyone who has already donated (BIG thanks to Christine and Colin for their huge donation which will surely go a long way to help Piers!)

A lot of people have already given members of the station cash to put in on the day so if that is easier then give some money to your local fire fighter to add to the pot. Alternatively come on down tomorrow from 10am onwards and see us in action.

Thanks again,
Swanage Fire Station
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£1,065 of £1,500 goal

Raised by 7 people in 10 months
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Linda Hillsdon
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Simon Walden
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Lizzie Adams
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10 months ago
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10 months ago
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10 months ago
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