One weekend, two boots, and three Welsh peaks!

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The UK office of bdhSterling is delighted to be trekking up “The Welsh Three Peaks” with the aim of raising a total of £10,000 for our chosen charity – The Children’s Trust.

Three peaks in three days

On Friday 1 July, 16 enthusiastic, competitive, and reasonably fit people will start the process of trekking three of the highest 20 peaks in Wales.

The three Welsh peaks in question are:

  • Snowdon – 1,085 metres
  • Cadair Idris – 893 metres
  • Pen y fan – 886 metres

Our volunteers signed up quickly to raise money for such a great cause, and training is already under way.

We’re in varying stages of fitness with some well-established, committed trekkers and some who are currently still wearing-in boots that are now looking significantly less shiny and new than they were initially.

Whether we’ll still be fit and enthusiastic by the end of the weekend remains to be seen!

The Children’s Trust are a very worthy cause

The Children’s Trust  are one of the leading charities in the UK for children with acquired brain injuries.

They deliver rehabilitation, education and community services through skilled teams who work with children and young people, and their families.

We’re incredibly passionate to show our support for the incredible work that they do for children with acquired brain injuries.

Hearing stories of families separated under the most challenging of circumstances, and of the staff at The Children’s Trust who have left their own families to move in with the children in confined bubbles during the Covid pandemic, has been incredibly humbling.

Please support us

It means a great deal to us personally and as a business to be able to support The Children’s Trust as our chosen UK charity.

If you would like to sponsor us, here’s a link to our Just Giving page.