Grab your tiara and challenge yourself and your girlfriends to climb Snowden on a fully guided hike to raise funds for us. This event is led by Tiara & Treks on our behalf and there are still places left for 26 August so grab your boots and head gear take a look at http://www.treksandtiaras.co.uk/girls-out-loud and get on board.
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