Over the weekend of 21st July 2012, the friends of Patrick Cody are taking on the 'Three Peaks Challenge.' Within a 24 hour period we will be climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon. This is a mammoth challenge; a challenge that we are determined to complete in order to raise as much money as we can for Cherry Trees School. Having seen what all the money raised from previous endeavours has achieved, I can categorically state that whatever donation you can spare will truly make a difference! We are undertaking the challenge in memory of Patrick Cody. There aren't really words that can do justice to what Pat meant to his friends. He was an inspiration. He still is. He was quite simply the best friend anyone could wish to have; not only genuine and bighearted, but fantastically fun to be around too. Pat found a vocation at Cherry Trees and I've no doubt he'll be proud of all that we've achieved in his name so far. He'll be willing us up those mountains, whilst having a little chuckle at the concept of Thomas Holden (infamous for his lack of navigational skill) leading the way. All donations will be greatly appreciated. It's for a truly excellent cause!
22 hours and 16 minutes
The National Three Peaks Challenge takes in the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales, often in 24 hours.