On the 7th August, Dortech Managing Director, James Sutherland will cycle from The Forget Me Not Childrens Hospice in Huddersfield, to Horton in Ribblesdale to run the Yorkshire Three Peaks.
As if this feat wasn’t hard enough, he will also cycle back to the Hospice after the event ALL IN ONE DAY!
So in total a 128.3 mile round trip!
The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge visits the three highest peaks in Yorkshire; Pen-y-Ghent 691m, Whernside 728m and Ingleborough 723m.
So in summary:
Cycling from the Hospice to Horton in Ribblesdale = 52.4 miles
Running the Yorkshire Three Peaks = 23.5 miles
Cycling Back = 52.4 miles
The Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice supports families across West Yorkshire who have a child with a condition that will sadly shorten their life. When a child has such a condition they still need and want the same as every child, the chance to play, to communicate, to experience new things, to learn, to love and to laugh.The hospice needs to raise at least £2.8 million per year of which less than 5% of these costs are funded from Government sources, by donating towards our latest challenge you are helping the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice continue to provide these amazing facilities for the families they support. If you would like to make a donation to this fantastic cause.