Three Peaks Challenge Registrations


UofG Security 3 peak Challenge

The University of Glasgow Security Team will be taking part in the National 3 Peak Challenge on the 23rd/24th of August 2024. The challenge is to complete the highest mountain in each of the 3 UK mainland countries, Ben Nevis 1,345m (SCO) Scafell Pike 978m (ENG) and Mount Snowden 1,085m (WAL) in a 24hr period. In total we will cover 23 miles (43km) with an ascent of 3064 meters (10,052ft) on foot all while driving a total distance of 462 miles between each start/finish point. As we all live and work in Glasgow and the surrounding areas, we see first-hand the work Homeless Project Scotland do across the community and feel this challenge would be an excellent opportunity to fundraise for a worthwhile cause. Participants are Charlie Bell, Shaun Scott, David McLeneghan, Robert Graham and Juan Figueira De Abreu with assistance from Conall Rodgers and Matthew McFadzean Homeless Project Scotland is a Homeless Charity in Scotland founded in October 2019. We achieved charitable status in June 2020. We are a non-profit organization operated by a Board of Trustees in order to help the homeless and vulnerable in Scotland. Our purpose is to feed and provide support to homeless and vulnerable people. We also act as a trusted voice for the homeless and It is vital that we have integrity. We aim to be effective, efficient, independent and trustworthy. Our approach is to listen, learn, act and then speak.

Fundraising page

Fundraising for Homeless Project Scotland

Charity website

Challenge registration number: 272871

Due to start on 23rd August 2024.

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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 McLenaghan
  • Charlie Bell
  • Shaun Scott
  • Robert Graham
  • Juan Figueira De Abreu
  • Conall Rodgers
  • Matthew McFadzean