Taking on the Three Peaks Challenge and raising money for Sue Ryder Hospice Leckhampton Court

I am raising money for Sue Ryder Hospice – Leckhampton Court Hospice in Cheltenham.

I have witnessed first hand the incredible medical care and emotional support they not only offer to their patients but to their patients families and loved ones too.
My Mum sadly passed away in February last year after a long battle with Cancer.
Leckhampton Court did so much for my Mum and looked after her with every ounce of care that she deserved in her last few days of life.
I would love to give something back to the hospice so that other families can benefit as I did; to think that I can give another daughter the chance to say her last goodbyes in such a caring and special place is one of the reasons I have taken on my fundraising campaign.

I am hoping to raise a minimum of £1,500 for Sue Ryder, Leckhampton Court.
I have decided to carry out my own personal challenge which is to climb the three highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales over three days.
Over the course of three days I will walk just over 26 miles, ascend to a total height of almost 10,000 ft. and drive over 1000 miles.

Leckhampton Court rely on the generosity of the public to help raise over £2 million which is needed each year to ensure that they can continue to provide specialist palliative and end of life care to the people of Gloucestershire.

I have attached a letter of authority from Ed Jones at Leckhampton Court Hospice to verify that I am fundraising on their behalf.