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Surveyors conquer Three Peaks for hospice charity
Published July 19th, 2016
An adventurous group of surveyors and business consultants from the Kettering office of Berrys have successfully completed the Three Peaks Challenge, climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell and Snowdon within 24 hours.
On July 2 and 3 Guy Banham, Paul Campbell, Tom Harris and Jonathan Marshall drove 1150 miles over 24 hours and walked 26 miles with two miles of total ascent. They faced temperatures of -4C and their driver Robert Bloomfield had only three hours sleep over 40 hours.
The men were raising money for the Cransley Hospice, which is based in Kettering, to support the palliative care services it offers.
They have so far raised £720 which will be match-funded by Berrys taking the current total to £1,440. They still hope to raise more as the Hospice relies heavily on charitable donations.
You can support the cause and make a donation by visiting their JustGiving page at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/berrys3peaks2016
For further details contact Jonathan Marshall at Berrys on 01536 213173 or email email@example.com