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Teachers’ Three Welsh Peaks’ Charity Walk

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Four teachers from Bolton School Boys’ Division – Maths Teacher Luke Jones, Geography Teacher Charlotte Dean, Head of Outdoor Learning Steve Bradley and Maths Teacher Greg Bradley, along with his son George - walked the Welsh Three Peaks overnight to raise funds for two charities: Pilgrim Bandits, which supports injured veterans and MIND, which raises awareness of and supports mental health issues. 

Maths Teacher Mr Bradley takes up the story: ‘Starting at Pen y Pass at 6.15pm we summited Yr Wyddfa, otherwise known as Snowdon, then drove to Cader Idris and summited there, before driving onto Pen y Fan and reaching the summit for a 6.30am sunrise. The event was dubbed Operation Night Wolves III. The event was organised in conjunction with a group I am a member of called Gone Tabbing - Pilgrim Bandits is it main charity - which is loosely based around military style fitness and outdoor adventures, but anyone can join.

‘So far we have raised over £1,000 for the two charities and the school is donating another £1,500 from the proceeds of a non-uniform day.’

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