(Snowdon) Push it real good!
When a chance came up to do the Snowdon Push, it seemed perfect for a JMW team that likes to challenge themselves. The 16 taking part are: Mark Heppell, Danny Brien, Charlotte King, Steven Brown, Alex Streeter, Max Ankers, Lucy Mellor, Ben Hammersley, Savanna Nolan, Loretta Woollams, Rachel Green, Sarah Wilkinson, Oliver Orton, Grace O’Driscoll, Kathryn Dyson and Aidan Howard. We’d love your support, so please give generously. One team member, Daniel Wilson, is in a wheelchair, and the team will be walking, climbing, pushing, pulling, lifting and carrying him to the summit and back down, covering about 9 miles of mixed terrain while raising money for BackUp Trust who help people with spinal injuries. It’s likely to take approx 3- 8 hours! Daniel completed it in the fastest time of 3:45hrs to WIN. It truly is a difficult challenge, he’s anxious and excited at the same time about the trip but with support from friends and family and the JMW team, he has promised to give 100%, all his strength and effort to make sure we get a good time, to retain the title of champion! Please donate generously, Daniel, along with many others, has benefited from their help and advice.
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The Snowdon Push
We at JMW believe in the fantastic work that Back Up Trust do for those individuals who have sustained a spinal cord injury. We’re keen to support them however we can, and at the moment, we’re privileged to be Back Up Trust’s Outreach Partner, however we were keen to see if we could do more. We’re raising money for Back Up, every 8 hours someone in the UK is permanently paralysed. This charity, inspires people affected by spinal cord injury to get the most out of life, by providing various courses, mentoring, wheelchair skills, and much more, so please donate so that Back Up can carry on the good work.
The Snowdon Push is a gruelling and unique challenge.... This year, over the course of 4-7 hours our team will push, pull, wheel and lift our brave and trusting colleague to the top of Mount Snowdon (and back down again!) in a bespoke, custom built wheelchair.
We will cover about eight miles of mixed and extremely challenging terrain as we climb 1085m. It’s no small feat and will require rigorous training between now and the challenge.
Event is completed
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