Event

Back

Stevo Stumble 2017

Seventy people enjoyed the ‘Stevo Stumble’ on Sunday 27th August. After a vigorous warm up, led by Sue Robson, the Slimming World Leader from Pickering, who knew Rob as a toddler when she shared lifts to Mrs Howden’s Nursery in Malton with her daughter.  The group consisted of a selection of the lycra clad fitness crew, to the people looking for a Sunday stroll with baby in a buggy. The choice was either a 5km run/walk from the rugby pitch and down to the river bank before returning via Old Malton and the back fields. The more enthusiastic and fit went for a second lap so 10km in total. The winners finished in less than an hour. Good fun was had by all and the ducking stool went down well, as did the Stevo games at the end, including raw egg throwing and the 2p run. On this gloriously sunny and hot day the Trust raised £1350. Thanks to all those who took part and especially to all the helpers, marshals and main organisers Chris and Sally Wilson, and Rob Hicks.

Event Details

  • Date: 28th August 2017
  • Venue: Malton Rugby Club
  • Total Raised: £1,350

  • Malton Show 2017

    Malton Show 2017

    Malton Show July 2nd  had great suppor
  • Top to Toe

    Top to Toe

    We finished the cycle on Tuesday; it was a long 95
  • Raid de Pyrénéen

    Raid de Pyrénéen

    At 9am on the morning of 3rd July 2016, five (
  • Malton v Agrics 2016

    Rugby Match Malton v Agrics 2016

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Stephenson
  • stevo stumble 2

    Stevo Stumble 2017

    Seventy people enjoyed the ‘Stevo Stumble’ on
  • Rob's Ride

    Rob’s Ride 2018

    Bank Holiday Sunday was a fantastic, beautiful blu
  • Yarnbury Rugby Club Bike Ride

    Yarnbury Rugby Club Bike Ride

    Our thanks go to Yarnbury Rugby Club for organisin
  • Helen Williams Oxford Half Marathon

    Oxford Half Marathon

  • 3 Peaks Challenge

    Three Peaks Challenge Boys

    Rob's Lady Lumley's School friends completed the Y
  • Stevo Stumble

    Stevo Stumble

    Nearly 100 people completed the walk from Thornton