About the event
Join Team Tommy's for Big Steps for Small Feet
Take on Snowdon by day and raise vital funds that help save babies' lives.
Click on the button above to visit the Discover Adventure website and secure your place. There are 2 fundraising and payment options to choose from.
We would be thrilled to welcome you to #TeamTommys!
If you join Team Tommy's for Big Steps for Small Feet you'll get first class care! You can expect to receive:
- A Tommy’s t-shirt
- Fundraising support, ideas and tips
- A dedicated team at Tommy's, who will give you one to one support all the way
- e-newsletters and regular phone calls to keep you motivated
- Access to our online shop to enable you to order whatever fundraising materials you need!
The highest mountain in England and Wales at 1085m, its Welsh name is Yr Wyddfa, reputedly the burial place of a
mythical giant. A popular summit trek, it forms a real challenge for all! Standing at the summit will be an
unforgettable experience, as will seeing the magnificent views from the mountain slopes if we’re lucky enough
with the weather. We celebrate our huge achievement with obligatory photos at the top and then as we descend,
we continue to see the spectacular landscapes unfold before our eyes. We follow the Llanberis Path up and back
A father whose son was stillborn is calling for people to join him in climbing Ben Nevis to see the sunrise from the mountain the weekend before Father’s Day to help other bereaved parents and families. Big Steps For Small Feet has been organised by Michael McGuire from Fort William in memory of his son Kyle, raising funds for ten charities supporting anyone affected by the death of a child, including his own Anam Cara Fasgadh, which provides respite accommodation for families.