Bellway Head Office
4 Jul 2018 - 4 Jul 2025

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+ £655.50 Gift Aid


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Thank you for visiting the Bellway Homes Three Peaks Challenge Head Office donations page. Over the weekend of 20th July 2019, a team of four from Bellway Homes Head Office (Phil Hope, Jayne Powell, Dominique Hoad and Charlie Slater) and five divisional finance heads will attempt the Three Peaks Challenge. This involves climbing the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales, in around 25.5 hours. We are undertaking this challenge to raise money for Cancer Research UK, Bellway’s charity partner, for whom Bellway’s employees have raised over £1million in the past three years!

Unfortunately, most people have been or know someone who has been impacted by cancer. If you are able to make a donation, no matter how small, this will be greatly appreciated by ourselves and by Cancer Research UK. Any donations from employees, friends and family will be double-matched by Bellway.

Thank you for your support and for enabling Cancer Research UK to continue their fantastic work.

Latest updates





Well done Charlie and team


Abi Culley



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done to all of you who were involved. Great effort for such a worthy cause. From all the team at The PX Hub


Catherine Smith



+£6.25 Gift Aid

In support of Jayne Powell. Well done!


Angela S



Well done, Charlie and team mates! From Uncle John and Kirsty


Lottie & Anne



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Good work Dommy xx


Ian Mackenzie



Well done to all of you on completing your 3 Peaks Challenge

Total raised£3,179.00



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