Ben Webster

The Saints Three Peaks

Fundraising for Halton Haven Hospice
£1,034
raised of £1,000 target
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National Three Peaks challenge, 2 February 2012
Participants: National Three Peaks challenge
Halton Haven Hospice

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Story

Hi everyone,

Halton Haven Hospice offers care and support for patients with life limiting illnesses. It provides skilled nursing and medical care within a peaceful and relaxed setting, away from the hustle and bustle of the hospital environment. For more information on the charity go to www.haltonhaven.co.uk/.

We chose this hospice because one of our team members lost his grandfather at Halton Haven Hospice in 2008. He and his family were extremely grateful for the love and care they recieved while visiting the hospice during such a tough time.

We are preparing to summit the three national peaks, Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon (tallest mountain in Scotland, England and Wales) within 24 hours on April 21st 2012, challenging expedition that will push us to our limits. We're hoping to raise as much money as we can to make a difference to people’s lives.

Expedition includes: Joe Maxwell, Daniel Stubbs, Ben Webster, Bobby Brellisford, Liam Jeffery, and designated drivers John Maxwell and Brian Pittaway.

For those of you who would prefer not to sponsor online, sponsor forms are going around proving very popular. Please contact any of us for access to a sponsor form.

Itinerary: 

5pm

Start Ben Nevis.

10pm

Finish Ben Nevis and start drive to Scafell Pike (six hour drive).

4am

Arrive and start climbing Scafell Pike (Wasdale Head)

8am

Finish Scafell Pike and start drive to Snowdon (five hour drive).

1pm

Arrive and start climbing Snowdon

5pm

Finish Snowdon, and complete challenge.

Please give anything you can as it is going to a great cause, donations in person will also be appreciated.

Thank you!

 

About the charity

Halton Haven Hospice

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RCN 702654
Halton Haven Hospice provides specialist palliative care to individuals across Widnes, Runcorn and surrounding areas, as well as support for their families. The Hospice aims to relieve the sickness, suffering and distress caused by cancer and other end of life conditions.

Donation summary

Total raised
£1,033.40
+ £212.60 Gift Aid
Online donations
£1,033.40
Offline donations
£0.00

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