The Second Leg of the Three Peaks Challenge
41 Club to hike up Mount Snowdon in aid of Prostate Cancer and Cochlear Implant Support Groups.
Following up on their ‘conquest’ of Ben Nevis a year ago, fifteen members of 41 Club will hike up Mount Snowdon in mid-September, in aid of the Prostate Cancer and Cochlear Implant Support Groups of Gibraltar. Both are causes that mean a lot to the Club members.
At 1085 metres, Snowdon is the highest peak in Wales. Some ‘41ers’ have been actively training for the climb by ascending our very own Rock on a regular basis.
Over £5,000 was collected for the PSCG last year. This year the members hope to reach or even surpass this amount in donations.
Each 41 Club member taking part in the climb will pay for their own trip, with all fundraising proceeds going directly to the two support groups mentioned.
The Snowdon Challenge 2019 Team:
Charlie Russo, Charles Menez, Pepe Codali, Paul Victor, Manoj Nagrani, Paul Origo Gino Matto, Francis Rodriguez, Ramesh Karnani, Derren Vincent, Claus Olsen, Selvan Soobiah, Colin Vaughan, Kristian Menez as well as Norbert from Round Table Airdrie (twinned with Round Table Gibraltar).
Should you wish to make a contribution, 41 Club Gibraltar has set up a Just Giving page: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/round-table-41-club