The team take on 40km of walking and 5,200ft of ascent
To raise money for Cancer Research’s Business Beats Cancer, a charity very important to many people at Ring, the team has decided to brave the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge on 14 September.
More than 15 team members at Ring are taking part in the Three Peaks challenge in Yorkshire, which will see them climb the peaks of Pen-y-Ghent (694 metres), Whernside (736 metres) and Ingleborough (723 metres), all of which need to be completed within 12 hours.
Overall, the challenge will see the team take on 40km of walking and 5,200ft of ascent.
The company has set up a dedicated fundraising page for anyone who wants to donate. The team hope to raise at least £5,200, so any donations would be greatly appreciated by all.
Marketing director for Ring, Henry Bisson, said: “I’ve decided to join in on this Three Peaks challenge because it’s raising money for a fantastic cause and it’s also a great opportunity to challenge myself and the team as a whole.
”The Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge is just that – a challenge, and the staff at Ring were eager to take it on. It’s going to be a long and difficult day, but we’ll definitely be encouraging each other to get through it.
“The Business Beats Cancer is a brilliant initiative that we as a company are happy to support, so we’re trying to raise as much money as we can, so any amount donated will be incredible.”
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