Three Peaks Challenge Registrations


Hilly's Hero's

The 8 men are walking the National 3 Peaks in 24 hours follow a gruesome 50 day challenge climbing Pen y fan 50 times in 50 days to raise for The Restart a Heart Project, which will put CPR & Defib training into schools and community groups throughout Wales. The project is run and organised by The Ajuda Foundation.This challenge is in memory a great man Mr David Hill who sadly pass away following a heart Attach in the summer of 2022.

Fundraising page

Fundraising for The Ajuda Foundation

The Restart a Heart Project has been put together by The Ajuda Foundation and its volunteers. The project is mainly funded by money raised from The David Hill Memorial fund. The David Hill Memorial fund was set up by David’s Family after Dave, otherwise known to many as “Hilly” tragically lost his life after a sudden Cardiac arrest, on the 18th July 2022. Hilly was born and raised in Grangetown, Cardiff and later moved to Fairwater where he lived with his wife Deb’s. A loving father to his sons Rhys and Nathan and stepchildren Stacy, Amy, Cameron, Jack, Connor. Dave was also a loving grandad to 5 grandchildren, Jacob, Madison, Kaitlyn, Scarlett & Reuben. He spent most of his working life as a lifeguard training in CPR & Defib, so he was equipped to save the life of many others. Hilly was a much-loved friend of all those who met him, and a valued member of the local community. He always went out of his way to help others, and now we want to use his legacy to do exactly that. The Restart a Heart Project will train children & Adults in CPR and the use of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator). The aim of this project is to create an Army of “Hilly’s Heroes” and educate people to save lives by learning vital CPR skills, along with the safe use of an AED. This legacy project will not only benefit the people of Fairwater but with more funds we can also help raise awareness of early CPR and the use of an AED throughout Cardiff and its surrounding areas, and eventually across communities throughout the Welsh Valleys too.

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Challenge registration number: 260292

25 hours and 30 minutes

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About the ‚ÄčNational Three Peaks Challenge

The National Three Peaks Challenge takes in the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales, often in 24 hours.

Participants

  • Pradeep Patel
  • Craig Jones
  • Cameron Clarke
  • Nathan Hill
  • Jack Clarke
  • Calum Bateman
  • Jordan Smith
  • Deucalion McGregor-Simms