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Longleat Adventure Club 2019 3 Peaks Challenge

About the group

We are a group of friends that form the Longleat Adventure Club. We are aged from our early 20's through to our late 50's and have trained and dedicated 4 months to this challenge and our chosen charity.

We have been kindly supported by the Longleat Safari Park, The Aster Group & Co-Channel of Bristol whose kind support is very much appreciated, either in donation, equipment support or providing a big help with funding this trip.

We are also blessed with 4 amazing drivers, whose efforts are deeply appreciated. Giving up 4 days and driving 1,500 miles is a massive ask and these guys have been incredible - So thank you Stuart, Des, Paul & Bob

We're a mix of mountain skills, from seasoned 3 Peak veterans to team members who had never walked a mountain before this year. Now we are ready to do our best, work as a team and make some amazing memories whilst we take on this incredible challenge.

Our fundraising page.

Fundraising for Papyrus - Prevention of Young Suicide

We are raising funds for this vitally important, but small, charity. Suicide in under 35's is increasing and we would like to make a difference. Papyrus man vital support helplines and provide community education and intervention to protect the most vulnerable when they need it the most.

Every donation makes a massive difference. Every donation.

Challenge registration number: 227511

This challenge took place on Saturday, 18 May, 2019.

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Longleat Adventure Club 2019 3 Peaks Challenge | National Three Peaks Challenge

About the ‚Äč National Three Peaks Challenge

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

Participants

  • Karra Rothery
  • Harvey Howsen
  • Simon Townsend
  • Denise Gibbons
  • Steve Mynard
  • Paul Jones
  • Jeff Goodby
  • Deanna Stone
  • Charlie Chapman
  • Paul Foxwell
  • Sooh Boocock
  • Steve Walsh
  • Amy Clarke
  • Jon Ovens
  • Jon Merrington
  • Kirsty Spicer