A man who suffered a heart attack while walking down a mountain in the Lake District will tackle his final charity fundraiser today.
Darren Tate will cycle from Carlisle to Workington to complete his fundraising for the Cumberland Infirmary.
His charity events have included cycling the equivalent of the length of Britain and walking the length of Hadrian's Wall.
Darren Tate didn't realise he'd had a heart attack on top of Blencathra until he was taken to hospital. He's now pledging to raise £20,000 for the heart unit at the Cumberland Infirmary.
A man who walked down a Lake District mountain after having a heart attack has been speaking about his amazing recovery.
Darren Tate fell ill during a walk on Blencathra in the national park but thought he was just suffering from fatigue. Doctors told him he'd been hours from death.
The 46 year old father of two from Hethersgill in Cumbria now wants to raise £20,000 for the heart unit at the Cumberland Infirmary that saved his life. He spoke to our reporter Hannah Lomas:
A man has died after collapsing with a suspected heart attack while visiting Grasmere yesterday afternoon.
The air ambulance was called but the man, believed to be from Bolton and aged in his 40s, was pronounced dead at the scene.