Our intrepid team of walkers took on the gruelling Yorkshire Three Peaks Charity Challenge as part of a fundraising effort for children’s charity Barnados.
Tempo’s Managing Director Ian Flatt and colleagues Rhodri Andrews and Dan Lawrence were joined by Scott Watson from SSE and Padraig Barry from Saint Gobain. The group scaled the three highest mountains in the Yorkshire Dales, Pen-y-Ghent (694m), Whernside (736m) and Ingleborough (723m) and have so far raised in excess of £2000 and still rising.
Commenting on the challenge Ian said: “It was a punishing feat on a beautiful sunny day but we had a great team spirit and despite the pain of blisters and tired muscles we came through and completed all three peaks in 11 hours. There were a few sore bodies at work on Monday morning, but the feeling of accomplishment in completing the event and raising money for a great cause more than made up for the few days of aches and pains.”
He added: “Barnado’s work with families and young people who are living in fuel poverty and support those who may be struggling with debts on their gas and electricity bills or having difficulties managing budgets due to increases in the costs of energy food and housing. The money we have raised will contribute to the ongoing support of the excellent service they provide”Back to blog
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