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Integritas' 3 Peaks Challenge

Climbing the three highest peaks for Perennial - Gardeners' Royal Benevolent Society because we want to help everyone in horticulture

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  • Team members: Adam Bence, Adam Lusty, Chris Tomlinson, Clark Barkley, Dave Taylor, Andrew Gilligan, Daniel Argyle, Neil Fleming, Graham Brown, James 'Joey' Leatherby, James MacIntyre, John Beavan, John House, Lee Kerry, Matt Robbins, Phil Perkins, Sam Crease, Sam Stone
  • Event: 3 peaks challange, 22 May 2015 to 23 May 2015

Perennial - Gardeners' Royal Benevolent Society

We provide support & financial assistance to working and retired horticulturists.

Charity Registration No. 1155156 & SC040180

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Unfortunately this event has been postponed due to adverse weather conditions on Ben Nevis which have meant it is unsafe to undertake the challenge. We will definitely reschedule the event for a little later in the year and in the meantime we will continue fundraising for Perennial. 

We are the team from Integritas Landscapes and we will be tackling the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge.

The Three Peaks Challenge takes in the three highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales - Scafell Pike, Ben Nevis and Snowdon - involving 26 miles of walking, 10,000 feet of climbing, and a lot of very sore feet! 
Why? Because we want to give something back to our industry. Perennial is the only charity that helps everyone working in all areas of horticulture and landscaping, when they are in times of need. That help extends to their families and all support is free, confidential and for as long as it is needed. We are fundraising for Perennial to help ensure that safety net continues to be there for those who need it. 



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  • Thanks to those who attended the launch of the event at the 176th Part for Perennial. Special thanks to Rachel De Thame of Gardeners world who wished the guys the best of luck!
  • Team training going well, a well earned photo at the top of Snowdon after a cloud covered ascent on Sunday the 19th of April. Just got to manage all 3 in 1 day now! +4

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