On October 26th, 2018, our daughter Kallipateira was Stillborn just two weeks before her due date. As I held Kallipateira in my arms I made her a promise that I would do her proud and continue her legacy by helping to support other parents who have experienced the death of a baby/babies, and also to help save babies lives. 

Kallipateira is the love of my life and in her honour and for her legacy to help save babies lives I will take on two extreme challenges in 2024.

As Kallipateira’s dad I need to channel my grief into this and raise more funds for Professor Heazell and his team to help save babies lives through research.

On July 13th, 2024, I will walk 110 Miles nonstop from Wainhouse Tower in Halifax to Blackpool- then to Saint Marys Hospital in Manchester – the home of Alex Heazell and his team at the Maternal and Fetal Health Research Centre and the Tommy’s Rainbow Clinic. This will be one night of no sleep and I will finish on Sunday July 14th.

Then in August I will be heading back to my second home to the Greek Island Of Rhodes.

On August 17th during the height of summer I will take on the islands famous Tsambika Monastery on the East Coast.

There are a total of 300 steps from the bottom of the road to the top of Tsambika Monastery and is perched at an altitude of 240 metres.

I will be taking this on a total of 100 times in one day !

I have a £10,000 target with all the funds raised going to Alex Heazell and his team at the Maternal and Fetal Health Research Centre and Rainbow clinic based at Saint Mary’s Hospital in Manchester.

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To view the official launch video with all the details please visit


Thank you in advance for your support. 

Best wishes 

Ben Moorhouse