Three Peaks in 24 hrs.
Supporting Our Community
Our team members are always looking for new opportunities to give back to our local community.
James King recently completed The Three Peaks Challenge - a fundraiser for a local charity, St Wilfrid's Hospice and raised an incredible £3,755!
The Three Peaks (Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon), are the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales. The challenge was to climb all three, in only 24 hours!
They started their journey in the depths of the Highlands, at Fort William - the gateway to the first ascent up Ben Nevis. Then once they reached the top, it was straight back down and onto the Lake District to tackle Scafell Pike, for a night time hike. With no stopping, they went straight onto Wales for the final trek up Mount Snowdon and back down to hit the 24 hour target!
St Wilfrid's Hospice has been providing compassionate end of life care in the local West Sussex community for over 30 years. The charity covers a community of over 80,000 homes in an area south of Downs.
James King is proud to be supporting this amazing independent charity, to aid their incredible care giving service, to families in the local community.
More fundraising challenges completed by our team...
We helped collect over 1100 trees, with every collection adding to the donation pot, raising an incredible £16,000 for an amazing local charity!
When one of our own suffered a tragic loss and required the services of our amazing NHS and the blood banks, we wanted to show our support by giving blood and raising awareness that blood supplies are low. Please give blood if you can.
Three Mile Solent Swim from Portsmouth to The Isle Of Wight.
James Drury, Beauty and the Beast off Road Half Marathon.
1 Mile Swim from Port Gaverne to Port Isaac for The National Lobster Hatchery
James Drury, Beauty and The Beast Off Road Half Marathon for Action Medical Research
Charity Cake Sale.