On the 30th May a group of determined people will be setting of up Mount Snowdon. The group are raising funds for Steel Bones to enable the continuous support given to individuals and families that have suffered limb loss across the U.K.

We asked Paul Clark who is heading up the challenge for an update on the team progress.

Paul says “Since starting the event the team has grown to an amazing 28 people including 7 children and is now fully booked. I am overwhelmed with the support and determination from this group. We have all been busy training hard including gym work and practice walks which everyone is doing fantastic with.
We have walks planned every month leading up to the event, meeting as a team where we can, and all walking together.
I am really excited to see them all with big smiles at the summit which will be rewarding for there hard work.
Will still need the publics support with donations so we can raise as much as we possibly can for an amazing charity.”

Wow great to hear the team are working so hard together. If you would like to support this team in any way, financially or donations of equipment/food & drink please contact head of the team Paul Clark at paul_clark@live.co.uk or us at hello@steelbone.co.uk