By Rob George 10/07 Updated: 10/07 12:47
KIND-HEARTED dads and a teacher from St Peter's CE First School in Droitwich scaled the heights in a bid to raise vital funds for new IT equipment.
The 10-strong group took part in the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge which saw them climb Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scafell Pike in England and Snowden in Wales.
Members of the group completed a 26 mile walk, 10,000ft climb and a 500 mile drive to reach the three landmarks.
The Dad's completed a night walk across the Malvern Hills in preparation for the latest part of the 'Dad's Challenge' which
aims to raise cash for new computers for the school.
Headteacher Tracey O'Keeffe Pullen, said: "I am so proud of what the Dad's have done for the school, it is such a great achievement.
"Everyone at the school is so grateful for the time and effort they have put into this extraordinary challenge," she added.
For more information on the challenge visit www.twitter.com/3Peak_StPeters or www.everyclick.com/pta3peaks to make a donation.
A COMMUNITY-SPIRITED Droitwich woman will be among the
STUDENTS from Droitwich Spa High School are busy
A KIND-HEARTED Manchester man put his best foot
ECO-MINDED members of the 3rd Droitwich St Peter’s
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to save a popular village ...
A PAEDOPHILE has been jailed for 12 years for sexually ...
A PENSIONER left prisoner in his own home after thieves ...