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Upcoming Events:  TTI's Little Wins

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Cader Idris loop on the Minffordd path — Snowdonia National Park

Considered as one of Britain' distinctive shaped summit at 893m (2,930 ft), which can be seen for miles around, from the coastlines at Tywyn and Barmouth and high over the market town of Dolgellau.   Legend has it that Cader is named after a giant called Idris.  'Cadair Idris' in English means "Chair of Idris", while 'Cader' could also refer to an ancient fortress.   

World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day falls on June 1 on the National Day Calendar.   As seen from our blog effects of often hidden but deeply impactful issue of Narcissistic abuse can vary from mild to severe, with some survivors recovering while others may sustain lifelong damage.


TTI unites to raise awareness about Narcissistic abuse by doing Cader Idris challenge in order to provide education and offer support to survivors  of Narcissistic abuse while fostering a community of compassion and healing.   


When:   May 11th, 2024   (Camping welcomed for Hiking enthusiasts)

Hiking Path: Minffordd Path and the Mynydd Moel Route

Registration fee:  £20  (For participants)

Meeting Point:  Dôl Idris car park

(B4405, Talyllyn, Brecknockshire, United Kingdom)

Meeting Time: 09:30 am / 10 am

Start Time: 10:10 am sharp

Lead Hiker: Alen, Lucas

Contact: +44 7592 951554

Total Fundraising Target:  £1100

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Minimum Age: 18


P.S.  Please make sure you take your litter home and help to protect the fragile ecosystem and wildlife and dress accordingly to weather conditions.


Durdle Door 

Decision to choose Durdle Door - Dorset’s most photographed and iconic landmark instead of St. Agnes was simply because we were asked if we could create hiking where fossils from dinosaurs may be found.  Idea arose from a child thus TTI is organising this event to accommodate child wishes and to create fun time & bonding for parent & child. 


Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site is an extremely popular beauty spot.   It is located on the Lulworth Estate in south Dorset and is part of the Jurassic Coast. 

The magnificent natural limestone arch was formed when the power of the waves eroded the rock and forged a hole through the middle.

The name Durdle is derived from an old English word ‘thirl’, which means to pierce, bore or drill.   As you look towards the sea, you will see Durdle Door beach on your right.


When: 29.06.2024

Time: 09:00 am

Contact: Alen (+44 7592 951554)

Meet up location: Lulworth Cove Inn 

Fundraising Target: £500

Registration fee: £10

** Coffee & Cake shall be provided **

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