Three Peaks Challenge Database


About the group

The Aim: 

To conquer all 3 Peaks Ben Nevis (1345m), Scafell Pike (978m) and Snowdon(1085m) in 24 hours or less. 

Start time: 5pm at the bottom of Ben Nevis on Friday the 8th June 2018. 

Finish time: 5pm at the bottom of Snowdon Saturday 9th June 2018. 

Team 3-4-3 is made up of 12 volunteers who have been roped into this event by Tom Dye to raise money for 3 local charities all based in the Milton Keynes area where the majority of the walkers are based. The 3 charities are- 

Brain Tumour Research community -

Willen Hospice -

Mind BLMK's -

All three charities have been chosen because they are locally based and they have all had an impact on people we know. Tom unfortunately lost his mother in July to a brain tumour and wanted to use this event to not only help people affected and in need of support like his mother but also to help people who are struggling and in need of assistance in different ways. The 3 Peaks Challenge is unique as it gives team 3-4-3 the opportunity to focus on not one but 3 different charities (each peak representing a different charity). 

Please help us make a difference 


Team 3-4-3! 

Our fundraising page.

Fundraising for Brain Tumour Research, Willen Hospice and Mind BLMK

Challenge registration number: 214988

This challenge took place on Friday, 8 June, 2018.

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3-4-3 | National Three Peaks Challenge

About the ​ National Three Peaks Challenge

The National Three Peaks Challenge takes in the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales, often in 24 hours.


  • Tom Dye
  • Sarah Dye
  • Joe McGuinness
  • Matt Cox
  • Natalie Banyard
  • Anna Maria Itsiou
  • Michael Best
  • Zak Chaleif
  • Abdul Hannan
  • Jessica Holden
  • Rachel Purdell-Lewis
  • Jeremy Purdell-Lewis