Good luck to sisters Sarah and Anna Dyche who are taking on the Three Peak Challenge to raise money for the Limbless Association.
On Saturday 22nd May, the pair will be attempting to climb Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon within 24 hours.
The three mountains have a combined height of 11,178 feet / 3,407 metres so it is no surprise that Anna describes this weekend’s trek as ‘her biggest challenge yet’.
Sarah and Anna had originally aimed to raise £200 for the Limbless Association through their Just Giving page, but their total is now over £1,100 and they hope to raise even more.
Anna explained, “We have chosen to do this for the Limbless Association as it is a great charity that supports amputees and their families. Our stepdad, Pete, recently become an amputee and has been severely affected by his limb loss so we understand how important this charity is to ensure people are getting the support that is needed. We hope we can help the LA as this means a lot to us and our family.“
If you would like to support Anna and Sarah’s Three Peak Challenge, you can make a donation through their Just Giving page on the button below!