Colleagues tackle Three Peaks Challenge for charity

Published June 21st, 2016

An intrepid group of surveyors and business consultants from the Kettering office of Berrys are undertaking the Three Peaks Challenge on July 2 and 3. Raising money for Cransley Hospice, the challenge involves climbing the three largest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales – Ben Nevis, Scafell and Snowdon – within a 24-hour period.

The team attempting the challenge comprises: Guy Banham, Robert Bloomfield (driver), Paul Campbell, James Fulton, Tom Harris, Jonathan Marshall and Alex Wright all of whom have been training hard over the past few months.

“We are raising money for the Cransley Hospice, which is based in Kettering, to support the palliative care services they offer,” said Jonathan Marshall, a surveyor at Berrys Kettering office.

“Although within the NHS, the Hospice relies heavily on charitable donations with the current fund raising target being over £1 million,” he added.

If you would like to support the team and Cransley Hospice please visit their JustGiving page at

For further details contact Jonathan Marshall at Berrys on 01536 213173 or email

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