Three Peaks Challenge 2015
Help raise money for children's charity Action Medical Research by sponsoring JWK Solicitors in the Three Peaks Challenge 2015
JWK Solicitors have entered the Three Peaks Challenge 2015 in order to raise money for Action Medical Research, a children's charity dedicated to improving the health of babies and children.
The challenge starts on the 4th July at approximately 4.00am when the teams will set off up the first Peak, Ben Nevis (1344m), the highest mountain in the UK. Once “The Ben” is completed, there will be a small matter of a 4 plus hour drive to the Lake District and the next peak, the highest in England, Scafell Pike (978m). We hope to be at the starting point for 3:00pm, some 11 hours after starting the challenge. We will then have a further 4 hours plus drive to Snowdon (1085m), at approximately 10.30pm we will set off up Wales’ highest mountain. We hope to complete all three peaks in 24 hours, finishing in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The team has completed 3 practice walks so far (Helvellyn, Langdale and Scafell) and will be stepping up their training with the Yorkshire Three Peaks in May followed by Helvellyn and Scafell Pike back to back, in the same day in June.
We would very much appreciate your support with this challenge. If you would like to sponsor the team please visit our fundraising site here.
Action Medical Research is offering hope to the many thousands of families who are dealing with the trauma of a baby born too early, striving to support a child affected by disability, or facing the challenge of caring for a child with a rare and devastating disease for which there is no cure, please visit their website for more information.
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- Diversity and Equality Survey 2017
- Diversity and Equality Survey 2015
- Diversity and Equality Survey 2013
- Three Peaks Challenge 2015
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