Saint Catherine’s invites hikers to take on the Scarborough Three Peaks challenge this June. The challenge – a 12-mile walk – will take place for the second time on Sunday 25 June.
Departing from Saint Catherine’s Hospice in Throxenby Lane, Scarborough, participants walk a route past Scarborough Castle, Oliver’s Mount and Jacob’s Mount and back to the hospice – the event lasts around six hours.
Tom Thornton, Communications and Marketing at Saint Catherine’s said: “We can’t wait to play The Scarborough Three Peaks again with our supporters. The route is beautiful, you really get to see the best of Scarborough on the day.
“Last year’s event was a huge success raising over £11,500 for patient care and we hope people will come together again to surpass that sum.”
To register, visit Saint Catherine’s website.
https://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/23573283.saint-catherines-calls-walkers-join-three-peaks-challenge/?ref=rss Saint Catherine’s is calling on hikers to take part in the Three Peaks Challenge