Britain’s Fittest Farmer decide and Farm Health founder Tom Kemp is taking over a Guinness World File problem to lift cash for the Farming Neighborhood Community (FCN), by trying the quickest ascent of Mount Everest’s top on a rope climb.
A longstanding decide of Farmers Weekly‘s Britain’s Fittest Farmer competitors, Tom is an advocate for psychological and bodily wellbeing throughout the farming sector, and hopes to lift consciousness of the assistance farmers can obtain from charities reminiscent of FCN.
The problem will contain scaling Everest’s 8,848m (about 5 and a half miles) top on a 10m rope suspended from a telehandler at his household farm in Essex.
The present document stands at 30 hours, and Tom is hoping to beat this and full the problem in 20-plus hours on Friday 2 June.
Tom mentioned: “Having grown up on the farm, I’m conscious of the laborious graft required to maintain on prime of every thing, handle stress ranges and likewise take care of your self.
“Farmers are hardy by nature and sadly typically don’t search assist earlier than it’s too late.
“By this problem, I hope to shine a light-weight on this subject and rally help and funds for an incredible charity and their very important work, which should proceed.”
To make a donation or discover out extra in regards to the problem, go to Fundraiser by Tom Kemp: Climbing Mount Everest on a rope (gofundme.com)