Applied Digital to take part in Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge!

Applied Digital to take part in Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge!

15th July 2016 in Applied News

Members of the team at Applied Digital are taking part in the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge on Saturday 23rd July, to help raise money for the Children’s Heart Surgery Fund.

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge consists of a 24.5 mile walk and climbing a total of 7064 feet, to be completed in under 12 hours!

These peaks form part of the Pennine range, and encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, including:

Andrew Womersley, Head of Development; Ian Wylde, Head of Design; Martyn Elliott, Web Content & SEO Manager; and Luke Jagger, SEO Executive will be spurring each other on to complete the challenge!

The Children's Heart Surgery Fund is a charity providing support for children and adults born with Congenital Heart Defects. The Fund provides valuable equipment, resources and research, as well as a support service for both the children and their families along the way.

We are raising money for this amazing charity due to the experience that Head of Development Andrew Womersley and his wife Keely have been through with their baby son Harris. Click here to find out more.

So far the team at Applied have raised an incredible £590 for the Children’s Heart Surgery Fund and we would be very grateful if you would help us raise even more for this amazing charity by donating as much as you can! To donate, please visit our JustGiving page here!

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