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Remembering Niamh Corrigan - Wolfpack Walk

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The Wolfpack go walk about!

We are a close group of friends who look after our own. Sadly a newer member of the Wolfpack was taken far too soon just before Christmas and we have come together to remember and celebrate all that was great about this young Wolf.

Niamh Corrigan - AKA The Pup Watcher - These are the pup sitters of the pack. They will keep watch over the pups when the others may be out hunting or at battle. Don't be fooled into thinking that they are weak and soft. On the contrary the pup watchers can be the most vicious members of the pack, as long as you don't mess with their pups.

Our fundraising page.

Fundraising for Remembering Niamh Corrigan on Behalf of Tommy's Charity

We are raising money for a charity which was close to the heart of a very good friend of ours who sadly had her life taken early just before Christmas.

One of the warmest, kindest hearted people you could have wished to meet, Niamh made a positive impression on everyone she met. She loved spending time together with friends and was up for anything.

Niamh originally trained to be a midwife and loved babies and children. With this in mind, we are looking to name a pregnancy care clinic after Niamh as a lasting memorial to her and the caring generosity she exemplified.

A great deal of money has already been raised by her close friends, family and work colleagues, however we hope that by putting ourselves out a little that you feel you are able to give a little to this great charity and cause.

Niamh, we hope that you will be there to join us in spirit whilst we have a Malibu and Diet Coke at the top of each peak thinking of you.

Homepage of Remembering Niamh Corrigan on Behalf of Tommy's Charity.

Challenge registration number: 189424

This challenge took place on Saturday, 7 May, 2016.

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Remembering Niamh Corrigan - Wolfpack Walk | 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.


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