Three Peaks Challenge
On 14th June 2014, a group of adventurous souls from Raymond Brown Construction including Mark Kettle, Chris Williams, Pete Williamson and his wife Tara, Kieren Hush, Steve Whitfield and Martin Rendell will be attempting to climb Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon, the three highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales including all the driving in between in under 24 hours!
Their driver has just pulled out at the last minute, meaning they now have to take it in turns to do the driving as well, making their attempt even more challenging!
24 miles of walking, climbing a combined height of 3,407m, with little sleep, the National Three Peaks Challenge is not for the faint hearted and with a failure rate of 40%, is as much about mental integrity as it is physical.
They are undertaking this challenge to raise money to refurbish Victoria Education Centre’s caravan at Rockley Park, Poole.
The caravan located at Rockley Park is used most of the year by students of our school, their families and carers and is in desperate need of refurbishment.
Mark Kettle’s son, George has a severe form of Cerebral Palsy and is profoundly disabled. George has attended VEC since November 2012 and stays at the school 52 weeks of the year.
The team would really appreciate your support for this event. Please sponsor them via their Just Giving Page