Monday, 31 October 2016 14:10

Directors Snowdon charity climb

The Directors at Environmental Essentials Ltd are planning to climb Mount Snowdon in support of the ARCA Charity week and one of its nominated charities The Indee Rose Trust. 

Snowdon is the highest mountain in England and Wales at 1084 metres and their challenge is to make the climb wearing 30kg backpacks in under 6 hours.  The team led by Richard Powner, includes James Riley, Mark Harvey, Danny Kirbyshire, Dave Poulter, Jamie Stevenson, Stefan Osina and Peter Speed are hoping to raise £1000 through their just giving page and collections.

This year’s ARCA Charity chairman, Grant Beglin has selected the following worthy causes:  

Mesothelioma UK - a national resource dedicated to supporting people with asbestos cancer, providing specialist Mesothelioma information, support & improved care and treatment. 

Indee Rose Trust - helps children, and their families, who have been diagnosed with a brain or spinal tumour, by providing support such as, bespoke treasure boxes full of treats and holiday accommodation for the children and their families.

You can help Environmental Essentials raise money for a great causes by donating directly to their fundraising page which is dedicated to the Indee Rose Trust:


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