Prosurv lead the way on the Three Peaks Challenge in aid of The Donna Louise

17th May 2018

Three brave members of Prosurv Consult are set to lead a team of seven participants from local businesses to take on ‘The National Three Peaks Challenge’ this June in aid of The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice.

Prosurv are currently managing the construction a new facility for young adults at The Donna Louise Hospice, which is due for completion in December this year, and are hoping to raise as much money as possible to assist with the ongoing costs to run the facility.

The epic challenge involves climbing the three highest peaks of Scotland, England and Wales, within 24 hours with a total walking distance of 23 miles and total driving distance of 462 miles.

Richard Berry, Director of Prosurv, will be joined by two Trainee Surveyors from the company, Dom Angotti and Andrew Fissasegola, plus Carl Smith from Staffordshire Access Scaffold, Steve Clarkson and Karl Jervis from C2C Consulting and Steve D’Arcy from Tarpey Woodfine to take on the challenge, with Andy Schofield of Prosurv at the wheel to conquer the 462 mile journey.

The group will be scaling the three mountains during the weekend of 29 June – 1 July, travelling to Scotland on the Friday evening to climb Ben Nevis, starting on Saturday lunch time and then working their way back to Scafell Pike and then finally Snowden to complete the challenge…hopefully in 24 hours!

A Just Giving page has been set up for the cause and any donations, however big or small, would be greatly appreciated. Please use the link below:

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