Aiming to raise £6,500 for Higgs & Sons' charity of the year 'Dudley Mind', 10 colleagues from the Corporate Department of Black Country law firm Higgs & Sons have dubbed themselves ‘The Peaky Climbers’, in a nod to popular BBC gangster drama Peaky Blinders, which filmed many of its scenes at The Black Country Living Museum. The team will attempt to climb Ben Nevis, Scafell and Snowdon all within the space of 24 hours on July 6 and 7, in what will be a tough physical and mental challenge. Those donning 'Newsboy' caps and taking part are Jade Williamson, Jordan Hollingsworth, Craig Thomas, John Heaton, Jennifer Bridgewater, Richard Griffiths, Katie Willems, Rachael Watkins, Jamie Partington and Laura Hackett. Nick Taylor, Head of the Corporate and Commercial Team at Higgs, will be behind the wheel driving the minibus. Part of the national charity Mind, Dudley Mind is a local mental health charity that aims to improve and promote recovery and wellbeing for people in the Dudley borough affected by poor mental health. On behalf of the whole team, thank you very much in anticipation of your generosity and support.
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