We would like to wish a huge well done to all members of the DN Team who took part in the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge on Saturday 8th June to raise money for Field Nurse. We are so proud to have each and every one of you on the DN Team!
Despite the miserable conditions, the team succeeded in climbing Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough - a total of 25 miles / 7064ft - in a superb time of 11 hours 40 minutes.
The Yorkshire 3 Peaks:
Pen-y-Ghent is the smallest of the Yorkshire Three Peaks at 2,277 feet
Whernside is the highest of the Yorkshire Three Peaks at 2,415 feet
Ingleborough is the second-highest mountain in the Yorkshire Dales at 2,372 feet
So far, the team have raised an impressive £590 for Field Nurse. The Field Nurse trust was set up in 2016 by a collective of local individuals with a common purpose of reducing the identified risks of physical & mental health of those living in rural areas.
If you would like to donate, please follow this link:
The DN Dream Team included;
Matthew Tickle (Operations Director), his wife Emily & their Basset Fauve de Bretagne, Nala
Dan Brown (Transport Manager) and his Cocker Spaniel, Anna
Emma Middleton (Stock Control Co-Ordinator) and husband Tony Middleton (Production Operative)
Peter Williams (Transport Compliance & Training Manager)
Naomi Barnes (Quality Manager)
Dan Roscoe (Assistant Production Manager) and his wife Sam
Margaret Jones (Operations Manager)
Steven Marsden (Maintenance)
Tom Morris (HGV Driver) and his sister Becky
Simon Haythornthwaite (son of Raw Material Co-Ordinator, Susan Haythornthwaite)
What an absolutely fantastic effort from all involved 👏🏼💪🏼👊🏼