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Alex, Dan, George, Josh, Matt and Toby

6 team members

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Team story

[p]The idea for this adventure is not born out of personal experience, nor is it inspired by a singularly inspirational person. We originally decided to do this as much out of a desire to actually do the challenge, as to support the incredible work of our chosen charity, 'Young Minds' which provides support for youth mental illness.[/p][p]But in the process of choosing a charity, and as we researched different causes, we became ever more shocked at the epidemic of depression and mental health among the youth. The sheer magnitude of it is terrifying, from the 20% of young adults who have a mental health disorder, to its absolute extremes of suicide, which is the single highest cause of death in males aged 5-19. There's also the added incentive that it is the 25th anniversary since the creation of 'Young Minds' charity and to mark this occasion, there is a huge drive to try and raise £2.5 million!!! It's a fantastic cause and if you want to learn more about what they do you can find out [url=https://youngminds.org.uk/media/1410/strategic_plan_2016-20_key_objectives.pdf]here[/url]. In support of this cause, we are trying to raise £2000: but any donation from you would be greatly appreciated to help us reach our goal and support 'Young Minds'!![/p][p]Of course, it is also an opportunity for old-school friends to do something that we have all wanted to do for a while. We reckon that it will take us 13 hours total to complete the 24 miles of up and down walking which, for comparison is 6 and a bit times longer than it took Mo to run the London Marathon, and he's tiny, so it should be easy...right? Well, we're not so sure. The plan is to start up in Scotland with Ben Nevis, then down to Scafell Pike, and finally across to Snowdon for the final ascent, and a new cover photo opportunity. It all sounds nice on paper, but those 24 hours will challenge us to the extreme, both mentally and physically, so any and all support is very welcome!![/p][p]Lots of love,[/p][p]Alex, Dan,George, Josh, Matt and Toby[/p]

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Personal Challenge Date

21 Jul 2018



Jul 25, 2018

The Adams family

Hoping you all made it up and down safely. Good cause as suicide is the biggest killer of young men. Well done chaps. Steve, Helen, Jeni and Josie Adams


Jul 23, 2018

Charlie Duffell

Well done lads

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

Jul 23, 2018

Auntie Cheryl

Well done Toby and pals.

£30.00 plus £7.50 Gift Aid

Jul 23, 2018


Jul 23, 2018


Jul 22, 2018

The Sheppard Family

Smash it fellas

£50.00 plus £12.50 Gift Aid

Jul 22, 2018



Jul 22, 2018


Jul 22, 2018


Good luck. Peter and Ger

£30.00 plus £7.50 Gift Aid

Jul 21, 2018


Hope it's not too hot up there Toby .... the Frampton Hargrave's will be willing you all on .... Xx

Alex Markides

Alex Markides

Toby Heywood-Bourne

Toby Heywood-Bourne

George Taylor

George Taylor

Joshua Baker

Joshua Baker

Matthew Slater

Matthew Slater

Daniel Slater

Daniel Slater