We’re delighted to bring you a brand new Team St Ann’s challenge – conquering Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales. If you enjoy exploring and are itching for the opportunity to lace up your boots, conquer a Peak and complete a fundraising challenge for St Ann’s then this is the one for you!
Date: Saturday 28th September 2019
Approximate time to complete the challenge: 5 – 5.5 hours
Route: If you take on our nine-mile Snowdon trek, you’ll navigate up a winding route to the summit. Be prepared for a steady climb on a mixture of rough and well-kept pathways. At 1,085m (3,560ft), you’ll be able to admire the breath-taking views of the Snowdonia National Park at your feet with Anglesey and the Irish Sea in the distance.
Fitness: To take on this challenge you’ll need to be reasonably fit and do some training.
Transport: We are currently investigating providing transport to and from the Heald Green hospice to Snowdon – please contact email@example.com for further details.
- Registration fee (due on sign up): £30
- Minimum sponsorship target (due before the event): £300 – this will go towards funding three specialist rehabilitation sessions to help patients maximise their mobility and independence. By taking on Wales’ highest mountain, you’re helping us to provide care and support for thousands of people with life-limiting illnesses every year.
Worried about reaching your target? Don’t worry we’ve got a Fundraising Guide with all the ideas and tips you need for successful fundraising and are here to help you create a fundraising plan and get you on your way!
Sign up with Team St Ann’s and you will get loads of fantastic perks, including:
- A friendly events team who will support you, every step of the way.
- Training and nutrition advice.
- A Snowdonia outdoors company, Original Outdoors, who will provide experienced mountain leaders and medics for the challenge.
Sign up now for this amazing challenge and help raise vital funds for St Ann’s Hospice.
For more information please contact James on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 498 3646.