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PatSnap 3 Peak's Challenge FOR CHARITY

9 team members

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Team story

[p]On the [b]8th of June 2018[/b], [b]9 Young Strapping Lads[/b] from [b]PatSnap[/b] with an appetite for an adventure shall be striking out to take on the perilous [b]Three Peaks Challenge[/b]. This will involve jumping in a small van and climbing and driving between the largest mountains in Scotland, Wales and England in under 24 hours. [/p][p]We shall be aiming to achieve a whopping [b]£4000[/b] in the name of [b]Alzheimer's Research UK and The Matthew Elvidge Trust[/b]. [/p][p][b]Alzheimer's Research UK:[/b] Several in the team have had close family members affected by the ravages of Dementia and Alzheimer's. We are raising in the hope that someday we will live in a world where people are free from the fear, harm and heartbreak of dementia.[/p][p][b]The Matthew Elvidge Trust[/b]: Poor Mental Health is likely to affect everyone at some point in their life however this is something we do not talk about. We are raising for the Matthew Elvidge Trust to help bring this issue out into the open and provide support for those most in need.[/p][p][b]Please donate what you can[/b] - below you will find a little satirical information about each member.[/p][p][br][/p][p][b]Christopher “Cralph” Ralph[/b][/p][p][b]DOB[/b]: 23/03/1823 (Highlander)[/p][p][b]Origins[/b]: Edinburgh Castle Beagle lodge[/p][p][b]Likes[/b]: International business, Pin-Stripe shirts, Golden Jubilees, Dinner with the queen, free trade agreements, Haggis, the shine of formal slip on shoes at sundown[/p][p][b]Dislikes[/b]: local trade, corner shops, casual Fridays, corn off the cob, the smell of summer.[/p][p][b]Profile[/b]: Christopher Ralph cut his teeth on international business as a young vagrant, skulking around the sodden ports of Edinburgh, where the suspicious look of his monobrow as he shook hands on increasingly dubious deals earned him the street name ‘Cralph’. Although not regularly known for his physical prowess, he once walked to six different Sainsbury’s in a single evening on the elusive hunt for boxed Haggis. Won’t be front of the pack, but one to watch.[/p][p][br][/p][p][b]Oliver “Good-Value-For-The-People” Lloyd-Roberts[/b][/p][p][b]DOB: [/b]12/06/1993[/p][p][b]Origins: [/b]Unknown[/p][p][b]Likes[/b]: Margaret Thatcher, Regattas, Dodgy Red Blazers, 3k ACV Deals, Gap Years.[/p][p][b]Dislikes[/b]: Free Milk in Schools, Nationalised Services, Self-Sourcing, Gravitational Pull, PPI Adverts.[/p][p][b]Profile[/b]: In a desperate attempt to associate with ‘poor people’ and provide ‘charity’, Oliver Lloyd-Roberts scurries out of the Tory Stronghold, Surbiton, to take on the 3 Peaks Challenge for a great cause.[/p][p]As the primary instigator of the challenge, rumours follow that Oliver dreams to climb something bigger than his head… Whilst Ben Nevis, Snowdon, nor Scafell Pike can compete with the sheer volume - he is willing to give it a go![/p][p]Oliver ‘Good-Value-For-The-People’ Roberts has been providing EXCEPTIONAL value for our clients & fellow employees here at PatSnap; whether it is frequently dropping his pants or ripping them at Moot and having to go home. We all thank you dearly.[/p][p]Please donate generously.[/p][p][br][/p][p][b]Ben “Pen” McMahon [/b][/p][p][b]DOB: [/b]Unknown[/p][p][b]Origin: [/b]Wales or Ireland[/p][p][b]Likes: [/b]Wales, Ireland, Sheep, Potatoes, mining, the sound of rain, pens, space raiders, the Krays, a refined stilton. [/p][p][b]Dislikes: [/b]The English, potato famines, arable farming, Margret Thatcher, turkey burgers and vegans.[/p][p][b]Profile: [/b]Ben “Pen” McMahon takes life with a strong left step, and then smacks it in the face with a right uppercut for gobbing off. A no nonsense bloke who take this attitude into his work and hopefully to this challenge. Not one to admit he is defeated but also not afraid to believe that tuperware should be communal. Ben is a champion of sheep and shall use his welsh whispering techniques to muster up some noble steeds before we mount Snowdon. [/p][p][br][/p][p][b]Luke “Sleazy” Saunders[/b][/p][p][b]DOB: [/b]30/05/1991[/p][p][b]Origin: [/b]Sydney, Australia[/p][p][b]Likes: [/b]Sandpaper, crisply ironed clothing, paisley patterned cloth, Steve Irwin, George Gregan, Hugh Jackman, Russel Crowe, Nicole Kidman, Crocodile Dundee, barbecue, anything said in a jubilant manner or any banging tune played upon the didgeridoo and CBA (Commonwealth Bank of Australia).[/p][p][b]Dislikes:[/b] Steve Smith, Johnny Wilkinson, peoples knees, rain, refiling the water in coffee machine, being called a convict, New Zealand. [/p][p][b]Profile: [/b]Luke came across the deep sea in search for a prosperity, like most prisoners expelled to Australia in 1867. He is chipper chap that thinks that business can be done with a cheeky smile and a flick of his long brown hair. How wrong he was, he has since developed into an astute businessman capable of long distance trade and a terrible whiskey habit. Despite his obvious flaws he is a man of charisma and if he owned a boat it would be called endeavour. These are qualities which shall see him endure in the business world and upon the treacherous peaks of Ben Nevis. [/p][p][br][/p][p][b]Gregory "The Daddy" Elvidge[/b][/p][p][b]DOB: [/b]13/01/1995[/p][p][b]Origin: [/b]Pottage Pease[/p][p][b]Likes: [/b]Long nights in Budapest, galz, small secure rooms, long odds, short odds, any odds, hard mattresses, blue steel, Eastern Europeans, horses- mares and stallions, flash photography[/p][p][b]Dislikes: [/b]The Fuzz, beards, non-models, evens, being slandered for having fat legs. [/p][p][b]Profile[/b]: As a young boy, Gregory was set on an ecclesiastical career following in his mother's footsteps. However, by his early twenties he'd realised that his enduring love of "galz, pints and fast money" and position as a "BOI" rendered him completely unsuitable for his preferred path. PatSnap beckoned. Gregory sees this challenge as a charitable pilgrimage; an opportunity to give back to society and refresh his troubled soul tainted by the vices of London town... Please give generously.[/p][p]Not the only mare he’s mounted.[/p][p][br][/p][p][b]Kier “Mr Kier” Childs, Esq.[/b][/p][p][b]DOB[/b]: 29/11/1993[/p][p][b]Origin[/b]: Nigel Farage’s Backyard[/p][p][b]Likes[/b]: Jungle, DubStep, Tribal House, Labour, Portobello Market, Going Commando, Anything ‘Wintage’, Bellydancing, Gypsies, Damp concrete, Faux-vegetarianism, Magic and Mushrooms[/p][p][b]Dislikes[/b]: Pre-rolled Cigarettes, Designer Clothes, Digitally-formatted Music, Beaches with Pebbles, The Process of Urinating[/p][p][b]Profile[/b]: Kier moved to the Big Smoke with the primary concern of leaving his illegitimate life as Margate’s chief beach-rave promoter behind and a lust to attend more Reggae nights ridin solo. In both respects he’s been more than successful. Success in fact, has been a byword for his life. As the 15 year old lead singer of ‘Dead on Arrival’ he became a local celebrity within his small corner of inbred England. This celebrity was only enhanced when he became the first person in Margate to attend university – to study law no less. Undoubtedly though, his time at PatSnap represents his crowning glory – where once on a Thursday evening he managed to get a Moot waitress fired for her inaccurate spinach pricing. An avid trainer enthusiast Kier is 3Peaksingit for one reason only – the opportunity to fulfil a lifelong dream and own a pair of K-Swiss hiking boots.[/p][p][br][/p][p][b]Sam “Cinders” Winders[/b][/p][p][b]DOB:[/b] 10/02/1992[/p][p][b]Origin[/b]: Coal Pits of Preston[/p][p][b]Likes:[/b] John Smith’s, The Bible, Chewing Tobacco, Pretending to be Middle-Class, Eton Mess, The Hourly Chime of a Striking Clock, Perms, Golden Virginia, the Dregs of a Milk Carton, Gherkins[/p][p][b]Dislikes:[/b] Harrow, Cider with a Blackcurrant top, Drake, Social Media, Fruit Tea, Scented Deodorant.[/p][p][b]Profile:[/b] Mr Winders, Preston’s most promising Son, was sent to the spires of Eton to understand ‘how the other side live’. Familiarising himself with cricket, manners, and toilets – Winders came to grasp Western civilisation like an awkward Borat scene.[/p][p]Sam haggled his way to a theology degree, which gave him the tools for biblical banter with Gregory Elvidge and allowed him to partake in Lutheran discussion whilst playing croquet on the vicarage green. After getting a taste of the developed world Winders had to break out, never to return to the slums of Preston. Since living in London, he has started a promising career in Sales and married his significantly more attractive other-half. [/p][p]He is now taking on this charitable conquest as his final step before returning to the abandoned cotton fields of Preston to spread the seed of knowledge. Resigning himself to early wedlock, Sam craves for a bit of action that married life cannot provide. Please donate generously - a man of his hair-tone cannot be so close to the Sun. [/p][p][br][/p][p][b]Jack “Shoulders” Small[/b][/p][p][b]DOB[/b]: 14/11/1993[/p][p][b]Origin:[/b] Some small town called Leeds[/p][p][b]Likes: [/b]Pints, Infernos, anything south of the river, the dew on the grass on a spring morn, “The implication”, Pork Pies, Branston’s Pickle, all chutney. [u] [/u][/p][p][b]Dislikes: [/b]Anything north of the river, the colour maroon, the dark, open flame, anything with smooth edges, the idea of t-shirts in the work place.[u] [/u][/p][p][b]Profile: [/b]Probably the most affluent man to emerge from the North. Jack grew up as a young boy from Leeds haggling for cocktail sausages from hobos upon the sun kissed streets of Leeds. He may not be a man of height but he possesses great stature, with the Ox like shoulders and his strong will power I can see Jack leading the charge upon the three treacherous mountains, and maybe even carry some individuals.[/p][p][br][/p][p][b]Brendan “Bigfoot” Walker[/b][/p][p][b]DOB[/b]:23/05/1985 [/p][p][b]Origin[/b]: Wildling from Beyond the Wall[/p][p][b]Likes[/b]: Deep fried Mars bars, Whiskey, Porridge, Braveheart, Sean Connery, kilts, freedom, scotch eggs, the caressing touch of a cool breeze flowing through ones beard.[/p][p][b]Dislikes[/b]: The English, Sunlight, Computers, Anything south of the border, AWS, sharp edges. [/p][p][b]Profile[/b]: Brendan made the decision to brave the sunshine and learn a second language by moving to London at a young age. In doing so, he came across a computer - a technology light years away from the birch bark scrolls utilised in his homeland. Brendan fell in love instantly and made a life choice to dedicate his life to teaching the wonders of Microsoft office. Brendan is a firm favourite to win the race to the top of Nevis (Rumour has it he was born on the summit).[/p][p]Please donate generously (otherwise it may take a while the next time you have an issue with your PC/internet).[/p]
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Jun 19, 2018

Sean Charles

Well done boys!

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Jun 18, 2018

Kav

Well done lads

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Jun 16, 2018

Anonymous

Nice one gents

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Jun 15, 2018

Jeffrey

Great job guys!

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Jun 15, 2018

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Jun 15, 2018

Anonymous

love from dav

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Jun 13, 2018

Godmother Sue

Well done to you all an amazing achievement....I’m in awe of you all

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Jun 12, 2018

Jim and Pat

Well done, Greg

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Christopher Ralph

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Sam Winders

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Ben McMahon

Ben McMahon

Brendan Walker

Brendan Walker

greg elvidge

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Oliver Roberts

Oliver Roberts

Luke saunders

Luke saunders

Jack Small

Jack Small

Kier Childs

Kier Childs