ICE Team Climb Mount Snowdon for The Rainbows Hospice

Bright and early on Saturday 26th May, members of the ICE team completed their fundraising journey by heading to Snowdonia National park to climb the highest mountain in Wales.

Despite a late start, the team battled on to conquer the 1,086 metre tall giant, which resulted in over ten miles of climbing, 27,528 steps or the equivalent of 287 flights of stairs.

The challenge was completed to support The Rainbows Hospice, a Midland’s based charity that helps children and young people that are affected by life-limiting and life-threatening conditions.

By the end of the challenge, the team managed to raise over £600, with plans to support the charity with additionTeam ICE climbing Mount Snowdon in Walesal challenges throughout the year.

Lottie Bayliss, Marketing Assistant at ICE said: “We’re thrilled to have tackled this challenge for the hospice. In 2017 we raised an impressive £2,670 for the charity, every donation big or small continues to ensure that this amazing facility remains open and functioning to help support life limited children and their families.”

There’s still time to donate – if you wish to place a donation please visit the ICE JustGiving charity fundraising page.



Members of the ICE team at the peak of Mount SnowdonMembers of the ICE team approaching the summit

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