SKIPTON man Paul Brook is walking every day this month in aid of The Principle Trust Children’s Charity.

As well as fundraising for the charity by taking on this walking challenge around his hometown, Paul, of Keighley-based Sentinel Barristers, is introducing the charity to businesses who wish to become a corporate patron.

The Principle Trust Children’s Charity supports disabled, disadvantaged, and underprivileged children, through the provision of free respite breaks. Its aim is to improve the mental and emotional wellbeing of the children and provide relief from poverty, crime, disability and any other disadvantage for the children and their families. The holidays also give the opportunity to strengthen family units and improve the quality of family life.

Through donations, fundraisers, events and its corporate patron scheme the charity raises funds to put towards the costs of running its holiday and respite homes for the year ahead, which annually costs £55,000 to run.

In the next 12 months it will provide 200 families with a free holiday.

The charity celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and is raising money for its 6th holiday home. It is looking to raise £150,000 and has reached £80,000 so far.

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