Steve Leyshon Climbing Mount Kilamanjaro

Steve Leyshon Climbing Mount Kilamanjaro

By Anna Hillier
24 July 2018
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Raising money for the new Bristol Rugby Referees Society Charity


Building on the launch of the new Bristol Rugby Referees Society charity at its Annual Dinner, chairman Steve Leyshon is hoping the society members will support his challenge to scale Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, and raise more money to help local rugby people in the process.
“Leysh’s” challenge will see him scale the 5895m peak in six days (starting Tuesday 24th) and he’s hoping to raise money for local rugby folk who hit on hard times in our community. The challenge is supported by BRRS and its president Ed Morrison: “The initiative by Steve, not only to undertake climbing the highest mountain in Africa, yet at the same time, raise monies for this noble charitable cause deserves all our support.” You may have read about the challenge in the weekend’s Bristol Post also.
On behalf of Leysh, any donation would be a huge support and greatly appreciated. You can donate easily here:

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/leyshonkilimanjaro

Many thanks in advance of your support.

On behalf of Steve Leyshon: BRRS chairman

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