Stage two of the 3Ps Challenge
The Prime team are gearing up for the second stage of the 3Ps Challenge (pedals, paddles and peaks), as they prepare to cycle to and take on Lake Windermere and Scafell Pike in aid of Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
The stage two will commence on Thursday 9th July when the team will gather at the Solihull office in the early hours of the morning to begin cycling over 100 miles to Warrington, following the west side of the M6.
After an overnight refuel, the team will be back in the saddle for day two to cycle a further 100 miles from Warrington to Ambleside in the Lake District, stopping to rest up at the Northern end of Lake Windermere for the night.
On day three, more Prime team members will be joining to take part in the gruelling 11 mile row across the length of Lake Windermere (slightly more challenging than the 4 mile row in stage one).
The fourth and final day of stage two will see the whole team ascend the highest peak in England at 3,209ft – Scafell Pike.
Our dedicated team have so far raised over £10,000 of our £15,000 fundraising target which will support Birmingham Children’s Hospital in undertaking leading edge paediatric research, provide additional facilities and make a real difference to the children at the hospital. You can find out more about how these vital funds help at www.bch.org.uk.
If you would like to support us in our challenge by raising funds for this extremely worthwhile cause then please donate at our JustGiving page.
You can read more about the Prime 3Ps Challenge at www.3PsChallenge.com.