The 7 Members of The Outdoor Class of Manchester YMCA Y Club, Caroline, Lesley, John, John, Alan, Alan and Ken, are hoping to raise money for The Manchester YMCA Mental Aid Charity, Mental Health Champions for Young People, by participating in The Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge on Saturday 17th July 2021. Never has there been a more pressing time to help the young's Mental Health, which has suffered greatly during the Pandemic. We older folk (between us, 188 years membership of the Manchester Y Club) want to help. All donations will go directly to the Charity, to help youth reach their potential. Please support this if you can.Thank you very much."
"YMCA Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge 17th July 2021.
We'd like to Thank You, the Donors, for the very generous and superb support you've shown our YMCA Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge! The Donations, including Gift Aid, have met our final target of £3500! This is going to the Manchester YMCA Mental Health Charity: "Mental Health Champions for Young People". We'll be celebrating during the Manchester YMCA 175-year Anniversary on Friday 17th September - please join us in the evening - the Y Club will circulate further information.Thank you, thank you again for your generosity in helping the Mental Health of the Young, an even needier cause than ever in the aftermath of the Pandemic!
Y-Club instructor & Members, Ken, John, John, Caroline, Lesley, Alan & Alan."
The Yorkshire Three Peaks route covers 24 miles (38.6k), and includes 5200ft (1585m) of ascent. The peaks are: Pen-y-Ghent (694m), Whernside (736m) and Ingleborough (723m), with the challenge usually taking the peaks in this order, and in under 12 hours. The peaks form part of the Pennine range, and encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
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