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11-05-2016: Everest for Esuubi

On 30th May 2016, Richard Pasco and Andy Williams will be attempting a feat that has only been achieved by a handful of others – cycling the height of Mount Everest in a day.

Starting at 5am, they will be cycling up and down Pashley Road, Eastbourne until 9pm (or later!) to ascend 8,848m (or 29,029ft) – all in aid of Esuubi, a charity which works with some of Uganda’s neediest children.

Throughout the day there will be a series of activities taking place in the garden of 81 Pashley Road so people can show Andy and Richard their support:

Richard and Andy are aiming to raise £8,848 – one pound for every metre they climb throughout the day. So please show your support at esuubi.org.uk/everest4esuubi.