Everest for Esuubi


Richard & Andy Cycle up Everest

On 30th May 2016, Richard Pasco and Andy Williams will be attempting a feat that has only been achieved by a handful of others – cycling the height of Mount Everest in a day.

Starting at 5am, they will be cycling up and down Pashley Road, Eastbourne until 9pm (or later!) to ascend 8,848m (or 29,029ft) – all in aid of Esuubi, a charity which works with some of Uganda’s neediest children.

Throughout the day there will be a series of activities taking place in the garden of 81 Pashley Road so people can show Andy and Richard their support:

  • 10am – 12noon: Wheely Fun Morning (Family games and activities)
  • 2:30pm – 4:30pm: Garden Party
  • 7pm – 9pm: BBQ

Richard and Andy are aiming to raise £8,848 – one pound for every metre they climb throughout the day. So please show your support below.


Show your support by donating below or by telling your friends about it on Twitter (#Everest4Esuubi).





Top Facts

Who Richard, Andy & other supporters
When Monday 30th May 2016
Where Pashley Road, Eastbourne
Total distance 172 miles
Height to climb 8,848m (29,029ft)

About Esuubi

Esuubi is a young charity with a big vision:

"For every child in Uganda to know the love of a mother, the support of a family and the hope of a future..."

Founded in 2005 we work with local communities to develop strong, sustainable projects which meet local needs and help the communities to support their most vulnerable children.

Find out more
Some of the children supported by Esuubi

Messages of Support

Use #Everest4Esuubi to show your support for Andy and Richard.

What a remarkable feat! Well done.


Dear Richard & Andy, Congratulations on your amazing accomplishment for such a worthy cause. Julie & Richard.