Rilmac Team To Face 3 Peaks Challenge For Charity

Swapping work boots for walking boots!

Rilmac Scaffolding and Rilmac Insulation are proud to announce they will be participating in the Porterbrook Three Peaks Challenge by Rail 2019.

The team of four, Jess Sanders, Catherine Davison, Sam McSpadden and Tom Walker, will join their rail industry peers to complete the challenge on behalf of the Railway Children charity.

For over 20 years, this wonderful charity has been fighting for children alone and at risk on the streets. In this time they have reached over 275,000 children in the UK, India and East Africa.  The challenge aims to raise as much money as possible, to help continue the amazing work the charity does.

The team are already making steady progress towards both of their goals; training for the event and raising funds.

Team member Jess Sanders took a break from her honeymoon and entered the Yorkshire Three Peaks in January alongside her new husband.  Now that’s dedication!  January also saw Rilmac Insulation Managing Director Michael Woods give up on his snacks and donate the money he saved to the campaign.

Earlier in February around 30 Rilmac office employees donated £2 each for an opportunity to dress down one Friday.  They have also been digging deep for a sponsored leg wax, which will take place in early March.  Business Development Manager, Rob Harris, and Contracts Manager, Dave Mason, are both looking to raise as much money as they can for the Railway Children.  The one who raises the least will face a leg wax.

All Rilmac staff are being encouraged to get involved with the campaign, either joining in training hikes, or raising funds through sponsored runs, cake bakes or any other innovative money-making scheme.  As these events are confirmed they will be confirmed by Rilmac directly.

Pcture caption: Rilmac's Jess Sanders, with new husband Niall and dogs Betty and Billy, training for the 3 Peaks Challenge

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