Chatsmore Catholic High School are trekking up the three tallest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales (Scafell Pike, Ben Nevis and Snowdon) to raise money for St Barnabas House. Our team of 10 students and 6 staff will aim to complete the challenge between the 22nd to 24th June 2018. The students taking part are Mel Cummins, Callum Corr, Malva Wedberg, Jess Hurley, Kieran Malandain, Abby Smith, Lowri Powell, Harrison Follett, Caitlin Budgen and Luke Wells.The team will be driving from school to Scotland early on the Friday morning. We will climb Ben Nevis first, the tallest of the 3 mountains, standing at over 1,300m. Saturday we will climb Scafell Pike (978m), followed by Snowdon (1,085m) on the Sunday morning, before returning to Chatsmore that evening to 'celebrate'.
Students and staff have already started fundraising. On Sunday 25th March staff from Chatsmore, Mr Hibbert, Mr Bell, Mr Byrne, Mrs Bagshaw, Mrs Heffernan and Mrs Godfrey, will be taking part in the Lancing 10k run. Further fundraisers include organised sporting events, a Year 10/11 Sponsored Sleepout , Year 7 Stopover (after Easter), amongst bag packing at supermarkets, in our aim to reach the target of £5000 for St Barnabas House; a foundation that has reached out to and supported so many friends, relatives and loved ones.
If you could help contribute to this amazing charity, by any means possible, it would be gratefully received. You can either donate using this JustGiving page or go to the school website www.chathigh.co.uk and click on the link to Wisepay, and then click on fundraising.
Wish us luck!
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