If you have found this page then you might be aware that last year we lost our loving and dear friend Oliver suddenly. In his name we are trying to raise some money to support a charity that, when it was needed the most, were there for his family.
With Oli's love of the outdoors, this June we are going to tackle the highest peaks from Scotland, England and Wales in 24 hours for the Hearts Together charity.

The Team

We are part of a very close group of friends from Chester who all lost a caring, considerate and charismatic friend and want to carry on his work making a difference to others. Adam, Ash, Calum, Chris, Lucy and Marcus are asking for your help to do this and support people who need help when the most unexpected happens. With your donations you will be supporting Hearts Together who offer accommodation to relatives and carers when there loved ones are undergoing treatment or receiving medical care.

The Challenge

Starting on Saturday afternoon at Ben Nevis in the Scottish Highlands we will be taking on the longest hike of the challenge by ascending 1300m to reach our first peak. After descending by sundown, we will have support from our volunteer driver team Heather & Jo to navigate overnight down to the Lake District to meet our second peak, Scafell Pike. From here we will meeting the mooring as we take on the smallest mountain out of the three. From the Lakes to Snowdonia National Park in Wales next to walk the last peak, Yr Wyddfa, on the Pyg or Miners track leading us to the last summit.

Thank you!

Any donations that you make in the current cost of living crisis are extremely appreciated by all of us and we can’t thank you enough! This will be both a physical and mentally challenging for all of us but knowing why we are undertaking it and knowing what the donations can do will keep us pushing on till the finish line.

More information about Hearts Together:

We aim to make a positive impact on peoples lives by putting people at the heart of everything we do, building and developing services to meet their needs. HeartsTogether offers accommodation and support services for patients and their families receiving treatment at Derriford Hospital in Plymouth.
Josie Stevenson