Chris Neilson, the project manager will be leaving for Katmandu on Saturday, to take on the challenge of climbing to Everest Base Camp at an altitude of 18000 feet. This is over 2000feet higher than Mount Blanc and the temperature this week dropped to a chilling 28 below zero .
Chris Has been training for this for some time and is prepared for the challenge, keep logging on and Chris will try to keep people updated on his progress.
Although he expects to have a great time on this trek he is part of a team From the UK Salvation Army who are trying to raise funds for local Salvation Army Projects. You can sponsor Chris at www.justgiving.com/chrisateverest or follow the link from this website.
Please think of Chris over the next couple of weeks, we all hope and pray he makes the challenge and returns home safe.
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Baby Boogies Age – Pre school
9.30-10.30am, Fitton Hill Neighbourhood Centre
Youth Club, School year 7-11
Skills football, ages 5-8, St Martins Muga pitch, 220.127.116.11pm
Community choir, 7-9pm, Hill Top Surgery
Cooking Club, School year 7-9
Hathershaw Sch, 2.45-3.45pm
Football, 12-18 years
Green Hill, 5.00-6.00pm
Youth Club, 3 till 4,45pm ages 10-13
Lighthouse drop-in, 11-1pm, Egerton Rooms Oldham
Respect Club, 11 plus
FH Youth Center, 8.00-10.00pm
Church meeting, every other sunday from Easter Sunday, 10.30am-12