Moreton Hall Hikers complete monstrous mountain mission

One of AJN Steelstock’s Deputy Production Supervisors, Fethi Jarboui, has completed the ‘Three Peaks Challenge’, raising over £2,800 for Dogs for Good in the process.

Fitness fanatic, Fethi, along with nine other daring fundraisers from Moreton Hall Squash Club in Bury St Edmunds, completed the 23-mile hike and 3,064 metre ascent, with just four minutes left of their allotted 24 hours.

Moreton Hall Hikers complete Three Peaks Challenge. A group of hikers pose for a photo on top of a mountain.

The Three Peaks challenge requires those who undertake it to travel to and climb the highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales: Scafell Pike, 978m; Ben Nevis, 1,345m and Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon), 1,085m in under 24 hours.

The Moreton Hall Hikers took the Challenge to raise funds for Dogs For Good, a UK-based charity that trains dogs to help adults and children with physical and learning disabilities. For over 30 years the charity has been making life-changing differences for people through the power of expertly trained dogs.

The group set a fundraising target of £2,000, managing to smash that goal with the total at over £2,800. The team’s JustGiving page is still open and accepting donations. If you’d like to show your support, please click the link below:

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