We’ve been ramping up the publicity on our forthcoming Mount Snowdon Challenge, and we’re thrilled to see so many local papers supporting our news. Below is the most recent article written by Eastern Daily Press (EDP24)….
Steel Bones attempt Snowdon
There are challenges and then are challenges, an inspirational team of amputees are set to climb Mount Snowdon in May to support and raise money for Steel Bones charity.
The team hope to raise significant funds to enable Steel Bones to continue the fantastic support given to families and individuals that have suffered limb loss in the UK. The work this lovely charity does is simply outstanding.
Leader of the challenge Paul Clark, who became an amputee last year, said: “Climbing Snowdon was a personal goal of mine before my amputation and I feel it is a great way to achieve my own personal ambition, whilst also raising funds for the charity that has helped me so much over the past few years.”
Please do consider supporting the remarkable team of 18 amputees tackling Snowdon, by visiting their Just Giving page at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/snowdon-challenge2018