Mersey Walk

Over two and a half days in September 2016 the four Trustees at SCC are walking the River Mersey from Liverpool to Stockport to raise funds for the projects we support in Cambodia.
Please donate to help us reach our target.

Why the Mersey?
We've chosen this walk as we are from Liverpool and Manchester. 
The Mersey is 70 miles from the Pier Head (home to the Mersey Ferries Liverpool’s famous river crossing) to Stockport where the Mersey begins at the confluence of the Goyt and the Tame. We will be walking 50 miles as a large section of the Mersey is inaccessible so we will follow either the Trans Pennine cycle route or the Bridgewater Canal. 
We will pay all our own costs. Every penny received will go to front line services in Cambodia.

Why the Mersey? 
The River Mersey is 70 miles long. The source is in Stockport and its mouth in Liverpool Bay. The River passes through Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Merseyside.  
The Mekong River is the world’s 12th longest river. It is 2700 miles long. The source is in the Tibetan Plateau, its mouth is the Mekong Delta flowing into the South China Sea. The Mekong flows through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. 
The four Trustees at SCC can get neither the time off work nor the finances to walk the Mekong River!


Posted on September 22, 2016 .