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Lenny Crook

CWUHA 3 Peaks

Fundraising for Communication Workers Union Humanitarian Aid

raised by 22 supporters
  • Event: Three peaks challenge

Communication Workers Union Humanitarian Aid

CWUHA deliver aid to Schools, Hospitals, Single parent hostels and Orpanages throughout eastern European countries via 2 x 10 vehicle convoys a year, the convoys are made up of volunteers from Royal Mail, BT and friends of CWUHA. CWUHA also support 2 schools in Tanzania with student sponsorship and building.CWUHA give aid to deserving causes in UK and further abroad if requested to help.

Charity Registration No. 1078312


Three peaks completed, just need a couple of weeks to recover. By far the most physically and mentally challenging event we have ever endured. Once again a big thnkyou to all who donated and supported our challenge

Updated on Jul 5th 2012 at 8:17 AM from the JustGiving API

A big thank you to all who have donated so far. We are on our to Scotland to start the challenge

Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.


On July 5th 2012 a team of three volunteers will be attempting to climb the 3 highest peaks in the UK in 24 hours. Our team consists of a driver, Neil Cornwell and three members who will be climbing the 3 peaks, Neil Walmsley, Sean Kavanagh and Lenny Crook. We aim to start at 5pm on July 5th climbing Ben Nevis first, then drive through the night to Wasdale head to Climb Scafell Pike then on to Snowdon in North Wales which we will hopefully complete within 24 hours. The total distance by road is 481 miles.

What makes the CWUHA  so special? Our volunteers actually deliver the aid direct to the places where it is needed most. This means that donors can be confident that their donations will be used to purchase goods that will be delivered direct to the point of need. See the CWUHA web site for further details

So please dig deep and donate now.



  • Three peaks completed, just need a couple of weeks to recover now. Once again a big thank you tall who donated and supported our challenge.