Sheffield Haworth Climb 3 Peaks
6 - 7 Sep 2019

Paddy and Will take on the Three Peaks

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Paddy and Will Morrissey

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+ £676.25 Gift Aid

171 Complete
171% of £2,000.00 target

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This September, my son Will and I are challenging ourselves to climb the Three Peaks within 24 hours, in memory of my mother, Will's grandmother, who died of Breast Cancer at a young age in 1984.

Not for the faint hearted, the Three Peaks consists of walking the three largest peaks across Scotland, England and Wales; starting at Ben Nevis, moving swiftly on to Scafell Pike and finishing at Snowdon. Taking on three mountains in short succession is a challenge in itself. On top of this, we have the added pressure of aiming to complete all three within 24 hours which will really put us to the test having had little sleep and potentially battling inclement weather (we have our fingers crossed for sunshine!).

Please support us in any way you can by donating here, it all adds up and hopefully one day all of our efforts will help eliminate cancer for good.

Latest updates





+£25.00 Gift Aid

Good luck with your challenge


Ashley Kent



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done lads, apologies for the late donation.


Katy Jackson



+£10.00 Gift Aid

Well done boys, what an absolutely fantastic achievement. Congratulations all round. Lots of love from The Jacksons xx


Alasdair Gregorie



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done you boys!


Jayne Woodgate



Good luck from me and Tony. Xx


Rob Harris



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Total raised£3,430.00



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