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North Snowdon Climb Alzheimer's Research UK
North Snowdon Climb
Alzheimer's Research UK
North Snowdon Climb
North Snowdon Climb

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475 days ago, Briggs created this page and gave everything for Alzheimer's Research UK:

  • Shared their page with everyone they could.

  • Received 93 donations from generous family and friends.

  • Raised £2,304.06.

My Story

Team members in the North will take on the mighty Mount Snowdon for this year’s charity Alzheimer’s Research UK. The walk will take place on Saturday 6th October.

Mount Snowdon is one of the three highest peaks in the UK but is by far the friendliest of the three.

The Pyg Track is a classic route to the summit of Snowdon. Short, scenic, steeped in history and with a tough final ascent!

We have created this page because we want to make a difference. We are inspired by the work of Alzheimer's Research UK.

Please help us help them by giving whatever you can using the 'Give Now' button. The more people that know about Alzheimer's Research UK, the greater their impact, so please also spread the word by sharing our page with your friends and family.

Thank you in advance for your generosity, it means a lot!

The walkers are...

Gemma Beddow, Nigel Swain, Leanne Teesdale and Bella the dog, Danny Cartwright, Samantha Cheetham, Mark Kay, , John Anderson, Stephen Bagley, Fiona Devane-Slater, , Paul White, Ian Goodall, Claire Molyneux, John Woodley, Sue Cornish, Cheryl Sterrit, Matt Molyneux, John Woodley, Kirsty Hunter, Wayne Gardner, Gary swarisbrick, Mike Welch, Nigel Edington, Craig Abbott, Lee Ryan, James Scaddon, Josh Coates, Lewis Barrett and Tony Robinson.

Supporting with oranges and transportation Steven Boylan and Roger Mitchell!

Thank You

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