We’re completing the National 3 Peaks Challenge in June!

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We’re completing the National 3 Peaks Challenge in June!

We’re completing the National 3 Peaks Challenge in June!

The EMW team are coming together again to complete the 3 Peaks Challenge; Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon to raise £7,500 to help our 3 chosen charities.

Being the highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales it will be a big challenge (to try and complete all 3 climbs within 24 hours) but we know the EMW team will do their best to smash it!

Good luck to all my fellow walkers and drivers; Catherine Kiernan, Christopher Scerri, David Gudgeons, Hollie Tompkins, James Hottinger, Karen James, Kelly Loft, Lee Killner, Mark Rondel, Meer Gala-Shah, Priya Magar, Simon Arkell, Sirat Sheikh, Stefan Dingelstad, Tara Clarke, Tom Revitt, Toni Wright-Brown, James Geary, Jeremy Eden, Mark Davies, Mark Jacob and Matthew Holman.

We have chosen to support Ride High (MK), Crawley Open House (GTW) and London Soup Kitchen (LDN) and we’ll be raising money for all the great work these charities do! We’re incredibly thankful for any donation, however large or small, and monies raised will be split equally between our 3 chosen charities once we complete the challenge!

If you’d like to donate, click here or below to head over to our just giving page.

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Find out more about the great work these charities do…

Ride High

Ride High is a registered charity that transforms the lives of disadvantaged children by giving them the opportunity to learn to ride and look after horses and ponies. We effect lasting change in their attitude, wellbeing, self-confidence and life prospects so they become happy, confident young people who are positively engaged in the outside world.

Crawley Open House

Open House helps homeless and disadvantaged men, women, couples and young people (plus their pets) by providing Direct Access and High Support Hostels and a Day Centre open every day of the year. It provides help, support, understanding and empathy and is totally non judgemental, they help anybody.

London Soup Kitchen

Established in 1986, the Soup Kitchen is a vital resource for the homeless, elderly, lonely, poor & vulnerable in Central London. We provide food, clothing & unprecedented mental health support to many hundreds of people each week. Thank you & find out how to get involved at