Kate Sugden said: “Taking on Snowdon at Night was an opportunity to challenge myself, and at the same time give back to the engineering community via Foothold. Unfortunately, with the political and economic uncertainty at the moment, charities like Foothold are needed to provide vital advice and support.”
Victoria Critchlow said: “Over the last few years, I’ve experienced some support from Foothold myself and therefore understand its importance. When I saw this opportunity to climb Mount Snowdon and give back, I was really excited. It was something a bit different and really appealed to me. Although I hadn’t expected it to be as bleak and hard as it was, I am really glad I did it.”
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