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Charity donations

Cicerone working with selected charities

Cicerone is proud to support a small selection of charities and organisations closely related to walking and trekking.
We have recently made contributions to the following:

Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP)

KEEP is a non-profit organisation which aims to provide information to travellers and ensure the future ecological and cultural prosperity of Nepal through positive impact tourism and outreach project work.

Tourism and Conservation Partnership – 'Fix the Fells' project

Cicerone is working with The Tourism & Conservation Partnership to repair and look after our high level fell paths

The ‘Fix the Fells’ project needs £5 million in donations to repair the terrible erosion scars on our hills, and to make sure that these scars are prevented in the future.  Our high level paths are surprisingly fragile, and with 15 million visitors every year, they need a little TLC! 

Cicerone make a guaranteed annual donation to the project, plus additional donations based upon the sales of the new guide to the Lake District 'Great Mountain Days in the Lake District' by Mark Richards.

The Bendrigg Trust

The Bendrigg Trust is a charity local to Cicerone in Cumbria. The Bendrigg Trust was established in 1978 to specialise in courses and activities for disabled and disadvantaged young people. They have developed a reputation as one of the most versatile and forward thinking residential centres in the country.


In addition we make occasional small donations of money or books for a variety of outdoor-related purposes.
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