The joy of life comes from encounters with new experiences

Like many people who enjoy outdoor activities, Kevin became an adventurer ‘by accident’ or rather by degrees. Growing up in the mountains of North Wales he was always looking to spend the weekends exploring the paths and rock climbs of Snowdonia.

As his ambition to explore the wilder parts of the world grew so he looked to travel wilder and further. Following the loss of his sister to cancer he decided to use his exploring to raise monies for charitable causes. Since then he has helped to fund a new cancer treatment centre and to support Alan Chambers MBE in the development of Extreme Classrooms™ an outdoor learning experience making a difference to the lives of vulnerable teenagers.

The adventurers continue, usually with his son Matt, an extreme athlete who encourages Kevin to go the extra mile, or two, or three… or thirty three! In 2019 Kevin and Matt plan to row, unsupported, across the Atlantic Ocean to help the fight against plastics in the oceans. 


North Pole 2nd expedition
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Carstensz Pyramid
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Swiss 4000m peaks
Swiss 4000m peaks, Alps, Switzerland
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North Pole Rugby World Cup Winners, Arctic 2015
In aid of The Lewis Moody Foundation and The Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund
Ben Nevis
Winter Mountaineering, Ben Nevis, Scotland
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Skydiving, Empuriabrava, Spain

North Pole, Arctic
Highest Bungee Jump, Bloukrans
World’s Highest Bungee Jump, Bloukrans Bridge, South Africa
The Highest Classroom on Earth
Everest Base Camp, Nepal, Himalaya
Extreme Classrooms, The Highest Classroom on Earth”
Expedition for students with complex social, behavioural and learning difficulties
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Mount Elbrus, Caucasus, Russia
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
South Pole, Antarctic
In aid of Leukaemia Research, North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre

North Pole, Arctic
In aid of Leukaemia Research, North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre