Global Adventure Challenges
Travel & Tourism

5 minutes with Peter Robinson – Director of Global Adventure Challenges

Peter Robinson - Global Adventure ChallengesWhen he is not chasing after his adoring son Mason, Peter Robinson is the director of Global Adventure Challenges, a Chester based company that organise world wide challenge events in partnership with many charities in the UK and abroad. From trekking up Ben Nevis, cycling from London to Paris or sledding in Lapland – whatever your dream adventure is, they can make it happen. Over the last few years their events have raised well over £15 million for a wide range of charities.

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Mummy JoJo Blog

5 minutes with blogger Mummy JoJo

Mummy JoJoJo Fraser writes the parenting blog Her writing style is honest, funny and tear jerking all rolled into one . She has a passion for life, writing and documenting the ups and downs of being a Mum, a wife, a blogger, a budding runner and ambassador for mental health charities.


1. Who or what inspired you to start your own blog?

My kids – becoming a Mum changed me so much.  I have always loved writing but I wanted my kids to have something consistent.  These years are flying by at the speed of lightening and I adore writing about the highs and lows.

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Cherith Harrison Gifts

5 minutes with designer Cherith Harrison

Cherith HarrisonCherith Harrison is a designer and printmaker in Edinburgh who creates Great British animal inspired gifts. From bags and stationery to mugs and tea towels her designs are unique and inspirational.



  1. Who or what inspired you to start your own design business?

I kind of started my business by accident! After graduating from ECA (Edinburgh College of Art) in 2005 I began working at a design agency and while I absolutely loved my job, I missed ‘getting my hands dirty’ as ultimately, I was working on a computer every day. I joined the Edinburgh Printmakers where I would spend a few evenings a week and the odd Saturday screen-printing my illustrations onto different surfaces such as paper, wood and fabric.

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