Three Peaks Challenge Archive


Pensioners rambling and talking society

About the group

They core members of the group have been walking together for nearly 40 years. Mostly in the Lake District, originally after Christmas but more recently at Easter. Since retiring we walk together about three times a year, usually on long distance footpath's e.g. south-west peninsula path and Offas Dyke. In the Pennines we have walked the Dalesway,The Herriot way and on the Howgills. We intend to take our time and walk one peak each day over a three day period.

Our fundraising page.

Fundraising for South Worcestershire citizens advice

Citizens Advice is a charity for the whole community. Advisors, mostly unpaid volunteers, provide free help to any member of the public. Issues cover the entire range of human life, from before birth until after death! Many people presume that Citizens Advice offices are funded by central government; that is not the case. In reality each local office has to raise its own funds to ensure its continued existence. This is becoming increasingly demanding in the current economic and social climate. Money is scarce yet demands for assistance are increasing. South Worcestershire comprises a very diverse range of communities often associated with the market garden and agricultural industries .

Homepage of South Worcestershire citizens advice.

Challenge registration number: 145744

This challenge took place on Tuesday, 15 March, 2016.

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Pensioners rambling and talking society | Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

About the ‚Äč Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

The Yorkshire Peaks Challenge involves climbing Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside, often within 12 hours.

Participants

  • Chris Baynes, Michael Housham, Tony Monks, Peter Lee-Smith and Richard Stenton.