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raised of £2,500 target
by 189 supporters
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Paul McCarthy

Lake District 10 Peaks Challenge

Fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support

120 %
raised of £2,500 target
by 189 supporters
  • Team members: Wai Wong; Steve Chambers; Paul McCarthy; Iain Morgan; Nick Alvarez; Rachel Spiers; Louise Cooney; Brian Hicks; Tom Davies; Brendan Shryane; Craig Bruce; Helen Peacock; Philip Kutar; Ruth Freckleton;
  • Event: Lake District 10 Peaks Challenge, 23 Oct 2010

Macmillan Cancer Support

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Charity Registration No. 261017



The OSS Management Team set-off before the crack of dawn on Saturday 23rd October to attempt the Lakes 10 Peaks challenge. Unfortunately several hours in and despite the teams gallant efforts, a decision was made to abort the challenge on the grounds of safety due to adverse weather conditions which reduced visibility considerably. Naturally the team were extremely disappointed, however have committed to return during spring 2011 to attempt the challenge again. Nonetheless the team have managed to raise over £3,000 so far and would like to thank all those who have donated. All donations will most certainly be appreciated by our corporate charity, MacMillan Cancer Support and benefit the lives of people affected by cancer.


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A team from the Onsite Services Management Team (Steve Chambers, Paul McCarthy, Iain Morgan, Nick Alvarez, Rachel Spiers, Louise Cooney, Brian Hicks, Tom Davies, Brendan Shryane, Craig Bruce, Ruth Freckleton and Wai Wong) will attempt the:

'Lake District 10 Peaks Challenge' on Saturday 23 October in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

The team will be supported by Helen Peacock and Phil Kutar as they complete this mammoth challenge, climbing 10 peaks from Gatesgarth farm to Stool End farm “including the highest mountain in England Scafell Pike" within 24 hours, encountering difficult terrain, lengthy ascents and steep descents along the way.

SIS Communications has kindly offered to match donations up to £750.  If you would like to support this event, you can donate here.

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