All five Three-Peaks climbers achieved their goals - Snowdon, Scafell, and Ben Nevis in 22 hours and 2 minutes. Brilliant - well done.
The full story with photos will appear here shortly.
(Just because the Climb is over doesn't mean you cannot sponsor or make a donation, you can - see below for details of how)
On Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th July, 2007, 5 intrepid individuals 4 of whom are from the Isle of Man will be accepting the challenge of Three Peaks - Snowdon, Scafell Pike, and Ben Nevis - getting to the summit of each, all within a 24-hours time frame - all to raise money primarily for Oskar's Dreams. All monies donated from this site or raised with the attached sponsor forms will be collected exclusively for Oskar’s Dreams.
- Jon Wild - Advocate - aged 41;
- Colin Garvey - a Doctor aged 40;
- Simon Walmsley - NSC Assistant Manager age 34;
- Sean Hoppe, ex Int. NZ Rugby player aged 37;
- Neil Williams, Company Director – aged 25.
All are in serious training, both on and off the Isle of Man.
Andrew Dillon also based on the Island will be providing the invaluable team support by driving the team to Ben Nevis and then through the night to Scafell Pike and then finally on to Snowdon.
They would like you to sponsor them. There are four ways in which you can. Please note that, Colin, Neil and Sean all have roots or connections in the St Helens area (Sean is an ex St Helens player). They will also be raising money separately for Whiston Hospital Oncology ward, another great cause.
- By completing this Form below telling us you would like to be contacted after the Climbers are home.
- By Completing the printout page, linked here, and putting it in the post.
- By making a one-off donation - there is a separate page for your donation.
- By printing out a Community Sponsor form for your office or association and friends, andcollecting for us after the Climbers are home. There is a separate page for you here.
Oskar's Dreams Three-Peaks Challenge is supported by
|Manx Radio||Isle of Man Steam Packet Co. Ltd.||4Hire who are providing
a vehicle for the Challenge