On the back of previous successful fundraising challenges, this year the team are upping the stakes. The 'Webb Yates Three Peak Challenge' requires select 'steely' members of the London office to tackle exhaustion, 10,000 feet and a cramped poorly ventilated minibus all in 24 hours.
We are raising money to support Practical Action, a charity whose aim is "to use technology to challenge poverty". Visit Practical Action's website to read more about the work they do.
The success of our toughest challenge to date will be determined by not just hitting but demolishing our fundraising target! So please help us to raise as much as possible for a brilliant charity. You can donate by clicking on our just giving page or if you would like to show your support for a particular team member you can find their page through the Webb Yates team page. We really need all the support we can get!
The challenge involves climbing the three highest peaks of England, Scotland and Wales within 24 hours. Starting in the Scottish highlands the Webb Yates 'Warriors' will negotiate the steep banks of Ben Nevis within 6 hours before a long drive to the base of Scafell Pike in the Lake District. The team will then attack the 3500 feet of England's lofty offering before once more attempting to recharge in the cosy team minibus en route to the Welsh land. The final scale of Mount Snowdon will require the team to tackle huge sheep, sleep deprivation and fitness more suited to a desk job, in order to successfully complete the challenge!