Team Bray-Drummond-Thomson Three Peaks

Family members doing the challenge, postponed by the COVID 19 Lockdowns, in aid of Cure Parkinson's, in memory of a much loved Mum, Grandma, and would now have been, Great Grandma.

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Fundraising for Cure Parkinson's

Our mum/ Grandma was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease from the early age of 55, we are now raising money for an incredible cause `Cure Parkinson’s' by attempting this challenge: `The National 3 Peaks in 24 hrs!!' We will be attempting to climb the 3 highest peaks in Great Britain; Ben Nevis (Scotland), Scafell Pike (Lake district) and Snowdon (Wales) all within 24 hours and with no sleep! Our team of climbers consists of 7 family members (brothers, aunties, uncles, cousins etc) including our driver who will endeavour to drive our minibus between the peaks and through the night to help us complete this challenge. This will take place on Saturday 17 June 2023. Parkinson’s is the fastest growing neurological condition in the world. The underlying symptoms of Parkinson’s are treated with a range of medication, but currently none of these slow, stop or reverse the progression of the disease. Cure Parkinson’s is working with urgency to find new treatments to slow, stop and reverse Parkinson’s and with the ultimate aim of restoring quality of life. Your donations and your involvement in research will lead to the breakthrough we all want to see. Thank you!! Together we will conquer Parkinson’s. We really appreciate any donations no matter how small!

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Challenge registration number: 263232

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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

  • David Bray
  • Emma Bray
  • Elliot Drummond
  • Ken Drummond (Driver)
  • Robert Drummond
  • Amy Thomson
  • Jamie Thomson