Three Peaks in 24 Hours to Combat Homelessness

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10Aug

three-peaks-challenge-2016_W300The three peaks of Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon will be climbed in 24 hours on the 13 and 14 of August to raise money for BHT’s BHT’s First Base Day Centre.

This is no easy challenge. Ben Nevis at 4,409 feet is the highest mountain in Scotland. Snowdon is 3,560 feet, the highest mountain in Wales, and Scafell Pike is, at 3,209 feet, the highest mountain in England. All will be climbed in 24 hours with no sleep.

Julie-Anne Darsley is taking on this challenge to help support the amazing work done by Brighton Housing Trust who run housing and support projects to transform the lives of vulnerable people.

Please click here to visit Julie’s JustGiving page and sponsor this weekend’s Three Peaks Challenge

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