A hiking team from Cooper & Hall plan to scale the highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales – two years after they scheduled the event.
Coronavirus stopped the walkers in their tracks in 2020, but the challenge is back on this June when they aim to raise £5,000 for the firm’s adopted charity Saint Michael’s Hospice in Harrogate.
Bradley Everitt, who leads a team of seven colleagues on the National Three Peaks Challenge, said: “I think it’ll be tough to complete the three mountains in 24 hours. We’re all looking forward to it – some more than others! Knowing it’s for the charity we support will hopefully drive us on.”
Bradley will be joined by workmates Lyes Berkache, Mat Evans, Sam Whitehouse, Richard Wilcock and Jolyon Ford. Tom Hornsey is driving the team between Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon.
To support the fundraising visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/cooperandhall3peaks