Team Santia successfully completed its 3 – peak challenge having successfully navigated the Cheviot, Kinder Scout and Pen Y Fan mountains in walks spanning over 3 weekends.
The circular walks were certainly a physical challenge and typically, the British summer didn’t disappoint with the teams experiencing rain, fog and hot temperatures on each of the walks. Everyone who took part in the event thoroughly enjoyed their day, it was great to see so many people in the business participating and making the effort to encourage donations.
Friends, family, staff, customers and suppliers have helped make the efforts worthwhile by donating generously to Mesothelioma UK, a big thank you to all who have contributed to the success of this event.
Special thanks go to our appointed event organisers at each venue Paul Gilby, Phil Williams and Neil Coulson, everybody reached the summit and returned home safe and sound thanks to their help and guidance. Acorn Travel (South Wales) Ltd very kindly offered their support to the charity by donating their transport costs to Mesothelioma UK which was a lovely gesture and much appreciated.
An extra special mention goes to Jill Lemon of Mesothelioma UK, thank you for providing the merchandise proudly worn by the teams and for your continued efforts in support of the charity.
There is still time to donate to Mesothelioma UK Charitable Trust who rely totally on voluntary donations for the support they provide, should you wish to donate, please do so via the following link, thank you:
Some of the team reach the peak of Kinder Scout in glorious sunshine.
On the way to the summit of the Cheviot mountain in very wet conditions
The team get ready for their assault to the peak of Pen Y Fan