£700 Rasied for the 'Three Peaks Sore Cheeks Challenge'
During our recent successful Mini & Junior Rugby Festivals held earlier this month, Burleigh Travel were pleased to be able to support four local Gloucester men; Ken Hanna, Pete Hatherall, Scott Hurcombe & Tom Faulkner who have come together to undertake a daunting feat of endurance for charity in aid of Scoo-B-Doo, who support Neonatal Care at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
The challenge is to complete in just 72 Hours!!
- Climb Ben Nevis, Scotland (1,344 metres/4,409 ft)
- Cycle approximately 260 miles from Ben Nevis to Scafell Pike
- Climb Scafell Pike, England (978 metres/3,209 ft)
- Cycle approximately 210 miles from Scafell Pike to Snowdon
- Climb Snowdon, Wales (1,085 metres/3,560 ft)
Scoo-B-Doo was established in 1982 by a small group of grateful parents, doctors and nurses.
The registered charity supports the Neonatal Unit at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital in caring for sick and premature babies from Gloucestershire and beyond. From day one, the charity has been actively fundraising to provide equipment and essential items. Over 80% of the equipment used every day has been funded by Scoo-B-Doo, helping to ensure the babies are given the best possible care.
Ryan Barnett of Burleigh Travel presenting the cheque to Ken & Scott
If you are interested to learn more about the challenge visit:
Or Donate via Just Giving:
Or via Text:
Text TPSC72 £5 to 70070
Thanks to all who attended our Youth Rugby Festivals and purchased our prgrammes for supporting this very worthwhile casue.
Best of Luck for the Challenge!