65 Degrees North has appointed Aston Woodward as Chair for the organisation.
Read more On the 22nd of October, 65 Degrees North embarked on its 11th expedition, a two-week journey, this time in Australia. The carefully selected team of 16 wounded, injured and sick military veterans have taken on the challenges of Australia’s toughest terrains, comprising a terrifying freefall and two gruelling cycle rides.
Read more The honorary President of 65 Degrees North has been created a Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath by His Majesty The King in his New Year’s Honours. Lieutenant General Sir Rob Magowan KCB CBE has been President of the charity for over 3 years now, an ambassadorial role
Read more Former Scots Guard Colour Sergeant Will Atkinson-Browning is embarking on the gruelling Pan Celtic Ultra Series to help raise money for three causes including 65 Degrees North.
Read more 65 Degrees North is delighted and proud to announce that both Al Hewett and Aston Woodward will be joining the the charity as trustees.
Read more Woppy Keeling has sent out a big thank you to those who supported her in her Devon challenge which has so far raised more than £5,000 for 65 Degrees North.
Read more Olympian Woppy Keeling, wife of Major General Andy Keeling CB CBE - vice-president of 65 Degrees North, is embarking on a self-designed ‘triathlon’ to raise money for the 65 DN charity.
Read more 65 Degrees North forced to cut short Norway expedition due to severe weather conditions. The 65 Degrees North Team were met with very challenging conditions at the start of their six day crossing of the iconic Hardangervidda Plateau in Norway.
Read more The 65 Degrees North expedition to Norway are less than 24 hours away from the start of their six-day adventure. The training is over and reality is about to hit home especially as the weather has taken a turn for the worse.