In September, a team of 15 fantastic supporters scaled all 3,560ft of Mount Snowdon to raise vital funds for Primrose Hospice and Family Support Centre.
After a 3am wake-up call they all began the journey to the top and after being faced with 50mph winds they all made it to the summit for a spectacular Sunrise!
The team of incredible supporters fundraised along the way and between them, they raised an £9,252.75. This donation could pay to keep the Primrose doors open for five days, ensuring patients and families can access the much-needed care and support throughout North East Worcestershire.
Michelle Wright, Managing Director of Bromsgrove marketing agency GBW, took part in the climb along with four colleagues and said: “Being part of the Snowdon at Sunrise challenge was truly an experience to remember! We were blown away by the generosity of our supporters, achieving a total of £9,252.75. We’re extending a big thank you to those supporters, and indeed to Primrose Hospice for creating an event that brought us together as a team doing something we wouldn’t normally do. Primrose Hospice are one of GBW’s favourite charities and friends of the business, we’re inspired by the work they do in the community and it’s an absolute pleasure to be able to give something back.”
Fancy taking on the challenge? Snowdon at Sunrise is just one event Primrose run throughout the year that you could get involved with.
If you’ve been inspired and would like to take part in 2024 get in touch with Gabby to find out more: E: email@example.com T: 01527 889796
Primrose Hospice would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part and donated throughout their journey and to Sky Blue Adventures.
It costs Primrose Hospice £1.95 million to provide their care and support for free to those that need them. Thank you for your support. Primrose Hospice & Family Support Centre offer care and advice to patients living with a life-limiting illness. They also support families who have experienced a bereavement or who have a family member living with a life limiting illness in the North East Worcestershire area.