The Georgia Williams Trust was set up in memory of Georgia who was tragically killed at the age of 17. The trust supports other young people in enabling them to get involved in sports projects and be active in their community. It also provides grants to sports clubs to allow them to buy much needed equipment. This was very much in the spirit of how Georgia lived her life.


Climbing Kilimanjaro was something that was on Georgia's bucket list and so with the permission of the family and the trust we have set up the Kilimanjaro challenge.


The challenge is to climb the cumulative elevation of Kilimanjaro which is 5,895 metres or 19,340 feet. So take on your favourite mountain lots of times, climb lots of different mountains or smaller hills if you prefer. All those feet count and will help to raise valuable funds to support young people in their sporting endeavours.


We will send you a log sheet to record those climbs and when you have finished, just send it to us a and we will send you out your hard earned medal.


You can also purchase a snood with your entry again with all proceeds going to the Georgia Williams Trust. Wear the snood whilst on your climbs and send your photos to the Trust facebook page.

Georgia Williams Kilimanjaro Challenge

With or without Snood

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