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Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - PDSA Peaky Scramblers

Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge for PDSA because every pet deserves to lead a happy & healthy life

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  • Team members: Karen, Sue, Trish, Chrissy, Joan, Eve, Rebecca - THE PEAKY SCRAMBLERS
  • Event: Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, 08 Sep 2018

100 Ways!

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PDSA

Be part of our 100 Ways Campaign. This is where our wonderful employees and volunteers can join together from all over the UK to celebrate 100 years of PDSA.

Charity Registration No. 208217 & SC037585

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On Saturday 8 September The Peaky Scramblers will be scaling new heights to help poorly pets by doing the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge.  This is a walk of 25 miles and a combination of 3 peaks totalling 7064ft. We will be aiming to do this within 12 hours and every pound you donate will help ease our aching legs and support sick and injured pets.

We are all proud to work for PDSA and as this is our 100th year our challenge is a part of our centenary celebrations.

Pets are so important; they enrich our lives and are a source of comfort and companionship.  As the UK's leading veterinary charity we believe every pet deserves to lead a happy and healthy life.  With 48 pet hospitals across the UK we improve pets' lives through prevention, education and treatment.  Every year our dedicated veterinary teams carry out 2.7 million treatments on 470,000 sick and injured pets - all made possible thanks to people like you!

So please help us raise vital funds to continue this work, which started 100 years ago. 

You can donate through this page or via text giving by sending PKYS61and your donation amount to 70070.

Thank you for making our many hours of training (in all types of weather) worthwhile and helping us to scale the 3 Peaks!



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