Conservatory Outlet team takes on charity challenge

After raising over £15,000 for charity last year by completing the National Three Peaks with just minutes to spare, Conservatory Outlet and its network of premium retailers is unveiling its next fundraising effort: The 24 in 24 in ’24.

The challenge will include members of Conservatory Outlet and its retail partners attempting to scale the Lake District’s 24 peaks in just 24 hours.

Led by Conservatory Outlet CEO, Greg Kane, the group will walk over 28 miles and cover over 4,250m of elevation during the event this June – said to be the equivalent of climbing Ben Nevis three times.

Greg commented: “This will be an incredibly tough challenge for us all. It’ll be as much of a mental challenge as a physical one but it’s something that we’re all looking forward to. We have a fantastic team taking part, with participants coming from across the UK to help raise money for our charity of choice this year, Mind.”

Founded in 1946, Mind is one of the most prominent mental health charities in England and Wales. Mind offers information and advice to people with mental health problems and works tirelessly to raise public awareness and understanding of these issues, as well as campaigning to improve the nation’s mental health services.

Greg continued: “Mental health issues can affect individuals and families in so many ways. Unfortunately, research shows that one in four people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. Mind does fantastic work and their work is incredibly important. We trust that you’ll support us in our efforts!”

The team will begin their challenge on 4 June going in a circular route before finishing the next day after climbing Scafell Pike, Helvellyn, Haystacks, Great Gable and 20 other named peaks in the Lake District

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