Bridport and Maiden Newton Fire Stations 3 Peaks Challenge

Firefighters from Bridport and Maiden Newton Fire Station attempt to push themselves to the very limit by taking on the National 3 Peak Challenge. The goal of our effort is to raise awareness of the Firefighter Charity and raise money for its support.

Fundraising page

Fundraising for Firefighter Charity

The Fire Fighters Charity is there for every member of the UK’s fire service community, helping them all to live healthier and happier throughout their lives. And it’s not just about firefighters. The Charity supports past and present fire and rescue service personnel, whatever their role, as well as spouses, families, and many other eligible individuals across a diverse community of around 300,000 people. Our fire and rescue services are always there for us when we need them, helping us at the lowest and most terrifying moments of our lives. To do that, they need to be physically and mentally well, at work and at home. The Charity’s role is therefore to ensure that it’s there for them, for life, working as their health and well-being companion, supporting every aspect of their lives to ensure that they can be there for you when you need them. The Charity offers a range of services to help the whole fire family look after their well-being – from expert support and advice over the phone, online or in-person, to support groups for retirees, a Wellbeing Hub full of online resources, and much more. However, it couldn’t provide any of this life-changing support without your help, so please donate what you can now to make a huge difference to the UK’s fire family.

Charity website

Challenge registration number: 261643

21 hours and 59 minutes


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.


  • Dan Down
  • Tomas Zmolil
  • Jake Chislett
  • Adam Smith
  • Ed Bailey
  • Jacob Sales
  • Steven Pask
  • Chris Scadding