On 5th November 2016 Jammy Taylor hunted bareback for 10 days in aid of JWSMF. If you want to support her please visit her justgiving page here
On the 12th & 13th of November 2016 Charlie took place in the Worlds Toughest Mudder. Here is his story in his own words: “I have been in training since January of this year having run marathons in Paris, in China over the Great Wall, across the South Downs as well as other tough mudderRead more
On the 2nd July, 2016 The Wintershall Estate hosted another of its famous Charity Rock Concerts. This charity black-tie picnic concerts famously attract an all-star line-up and have raised several million pounds so far for charity but they are a rare treat; the last one was staged in 2011 when the Hutley Family once againRead more
On 24th April 2016 Fred ran the London Marathon. He has kindly chosen to support JWSMF and this is why: “When James died I had just completed my first term at Newcastle University where James was a second year student. I did not know him personally, but have friends in common and I saw theRead more
On the 18th September, 2016, Will Massey took part in Ironman Wales to raise money for JWSMF. IRONMAN Wales is now well established as having one of the most challenging bike and run courses on the IRONMAN calendar. This is balanced Tenby’s North Beach providing the most spectacular swim.
After about a year’s worth of deliberation and preparation James’s brother, Harry, is very excited to announce that he will be taking part in the Talisker Atlantic Challenge 2016 – an unsupported transatlantic row from the Canary Islands to Antigua – along with three friends, Rory Buchanan, Toby Fenwicke-Clennell and Sam Greenly. In 1966, BritishRead more
On September 19th, a group of sixteen took on The National Three Peaks Challenge to earn donations for the James Wentworth-Stanley Memorial Fund. This was a 24 mile trek across Snowdon (Wales), Scafell Pike (England) and Ben Nevis (Scotland) with summit heights accumulating to 3407 metres – all in 24 hours. This is the storyRead more
On the 13th of September 2015 a group of Mike Thompson’s fellow Deloitte intake completed the Budapest half marathon to raise money for the James Wentworth-Stanley Memorial Fund. This is their story: On the 17th October 2014 we received the devastating news that a close friend and colleague, Mike Thompson, had passed away. Mike wasRead more