Well done to our team of trekkers who conquered Mount Snowdon for the Moonlight Challenge this weekend, raising £3,820 for our partner charity, the NSPCC!
The team of seven trekked 21km to the top of Mount Snowdon over Saturday and Sunday, walking through the night to reach the peak in time for a fantastic (if foggy!) sunrise view of the summit.
Our walkers, including Managing Director Russell Start, enjoyed the trek but admitted it was incredibly tough. In spite feeling sore this morning, the team are glad to have taken part to help raise money for this great cause.
The NSPCC sent us a lovely thank-you for taking part:
On behalf of everyone at the NSPCC I would like to say a HUGE thank you to all for completing the Snowdon Moonlight Challenge!
This money will help the NSPCC answer 955 calls to vulnerable children across the UK. Your feat will help us get closer to reaching our goal of answering every call, and help us give more children the childhood they deserve.
So on behalf of everyone at NSPCC and the children we support, thank you so much for believing that every childhood is worth fighting for. We couldn’t be happier to have Pickfords supporting us.