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Edelman - Welsh 3000 (15 Mountains in 24 Hours)

We are climbing 15 mountains in 24 hours for Passage 2000 because we're raising money for local charity, The Passage

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  • Event: Welsh 3000's challenge, 19 Jul 2019 to 21 Jul 2019

Passage 2000

The Passage is based in Westminster working annually with over 3,000 people who are street homeless. We help end their homelessness and inspire them to transform their lives. We run the UK’s largest Resource Centre, used by up to 150 clients daily, as well as prevention and accommodation projects.

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Welcome to our page. 

On the 14th September 2019, a group of brave Edelman "athletes" will attempt the Welsh 3000 - a hiking challenge that involves climbing 15 mountains in Snowdonia (all above 3,000ft) within 24 hours. 

Having just returned from a training weekend in the Brecon Beacons, climbing four mountains over eight hours, our fundraising efforts have officially begun! From now until September, we will be raising money for a very good cause - local homelessness charity, The Passage. 

The Passage helps up to 200 vulnerable men and women living on the streets of Westminster every day. They provide shelter, hot meals, a warm shower, fresh clothes, financial and other practical advice, a friendly face and host a range of activity classes. The charity is a life-line for many in the area and relies heavily on donations to keep providing a safe-haven for the homeless. 

As we begin to swap the lifts of Southside for the staircase, any donations, big or small, are greatly appreciated! 

Thank you, 

Team Edelman Welsh 3000 

Hikers: Antony Dunkels, Evie McDermott, Lucy Pidcock, Imogen Long, Marisa Chodakowski, Charlie Killick, Ed Williams, Fraser Walters, Edward Maguire, Chris Burn, Lauren Bertrand, Sarah Cowburn and Andrew McLagan. 

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