Doncaster & Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals Charity is delighted to be hosting their first charity event on Saturday, June 25.
They are taking on Yorkshire’s biggest three peaks in 12 hours, walking roughly 25 miles across Pen-Y-Ghent, Whernside, and Inglebrough. If you would like to join, the challenge is suitable for individuals and teams but you do need good level of fitness to take part.
By taking part in The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, you would be helping to raise vital funds towards The Serenity Appeal. The Serenity Appeal, is a campaign organised by Doncaster & Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals Charity to help us raise vital funds to enhance our bereavement services for maternity.
They are inviting Club Doncaster's 100 Club members to join them to take on the Yorkshire Three Peaks.
This will include a dedicated bereavement suite for Doncaster Royal Infirmary, a mobile ultrasound scanner for the Early Pregnancy Unit (EPAU) at Bassetlaw Hospital and refurbishments to our EPAU counselling rooms at both site. You can find out more here: https://dbthcharity.co.uk/serenity-appeal/
To take part it costs £40 and we participants to raise £150. If you take part as a team, we are happy for you to set a team target. To find out more or to register visit: https://dbthcharity.co.uk/yorkshire-three-peaks/ or contact Sarah Dunning on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you don’t fancy climbing a mountain and would rather jump out of a plane. They also have two skydive dates, July 8 and October 14.