Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge for Ruddi’s

    Daniel McAllister
    12th June 2023
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    We are thrilled to announce that a team of ten dedicated colleagues have taken on the challenge of conquering the Yorkshire Three Peaks on 15 July, all in the name of fundraising for Ruddi’s Retreat in Slaithwaite.

    This incredible charity provides respite breaks and support to families with seriously ill children. Our team is determined to raise as much money as possible to support this important cause. We would be absolutely delighted if you could show your support by and helping us reach our £2,500 goal. Every contribution, no matter how small, will make a huge difference to the families that Ruddi’s Retreat supports.

    Our colleagues have already been in training, climbing up Kinder Scout on the hottest day of the year so far! It proved very useful in demonstrating how difficult the challenge is. We can only hope that the weather is kinder on the day itself.

    So please, join us in cheering on our colleagues as they take on this incredible challenge, and help us make a real difference in the lives of those who need it most. Lets’ get behind Luke Mudd, Anna Short, Jack Leach, James Jennings, Matt Beasty, Hayden Rose, Sue Mitchell, Tom Johnson, George Birkby, Kerri Carter (and her husband Joe!) and show them our support.

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