Tommy Matthews

Clean Air Champions

My Activity Tracking


My target 50 mi

I’m walking and skydiving to fight air pollution! Will you support me?

I’m walking and skydiving to make a difference for our future and in memory of my late Grandad who died of farmer's lung. Please support me being a Clean Air Ambassador to make change happen by donating what you can.

Air pollution is the largest threat to public health in the UK. Every year, it is linked with up to 36,000 early deaths. Pollution can trigger asthma attacks and cause difficulty breathing. In the long-term, it can cause serious health conditions or worsen existing ones.

Cars and other vehicles cause huge amounts of air pollution – emitting toxic gases and dangerous dust. Breathing this is can seriously damage our lungs and health. That’s why making as many journeys as we can by walking, cycling, scootering, and public transport can make a difference.

 - thank you!

My Achievement badges

Watch your badges light up as you hit these milestones

You've shared your page

You've made a self-donation

You've travelled 25 miles

You've travelled 50 miles

You've raised £50!

You've raised £100!

You've checked the air in your local area

You've taken the clean air quiz

You've switched a journey

You've joined a team

My Updates

Starter prepared for meal

Sunday 23rd Oct

Thank you to my Sponsors


Ty Mawr Lime Ltd

Good luck Tommy. An important fund raiser and great way to raise awareness of all these issues. Grandad would have been and we all are, very proud of you. Sorry to miss the 15th but will make the next. Love all at Ty-Mawrxx


Freya Morgan

Mouth’s watering already. F, D, I & C


A W M Services

Keep up the good work


Tommy Matthews

Sponsored walk money


Diane Morgan-deem

Good luck Tommy! Well done!


Wendy Matthews


Tommy Matthews

Money for helping in the community, gardening for the elderly.


Adam Matthews

Amazing work Tommy!


Wendy Matthews

In memory of your grandad. 16/11/2010


Tommy Matthews




Tommy Matthews

Money for litter picking.




Wendy Matthews

Thinking of your grandad on what would have been his 85th birthday. He would be very proud of you


Sophie Matthews