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Earlier this year Julian Bailey completed the 280 mile London to Paris Cycle for Queenscourt and he is now getting set to jet off on his next challenge!

Later this month Julian and his son Harry will be heading to Tanzania to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for Queenscourt, that’s a 19,341ft climb. It’s not going to be easy, the summit can get down to -29c even though it’s in central Africa. This is a huge challenge and we wish them well on their adventure of a lifetime, from everyone at #teamqueenscourt, thank you and good luck.

The challenge has been in the pipeline for a few years but sadly the pandemic meant Julian had to delay the date. The great news is, his son Harry is now old enough to take on the challenge with him. What a fantastic experience it will be with lots of memories made.

Julian’s inspiration for taking on his challenges this year for Queenscourt was as a way of saying thank you to the health workers’ that were so committed and worked tirelessly during the pandemic. Knowing that Queenscourt is a charity that relies on donations and knowing how difficult the past few years have been for fundraising, Julian chose to raise funds for Queenscourt Hospice as we looked after his lovely mother-in-law.

Julian adds, “If you like the idea of my general suffering in the name of a good cause, or are just willing to support this amazing place, please consider donating towards Queenscourt’s fabulous work”.

Julian’s employer will also match fund the donations giving an even bigger boost to his fundraising.

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