St Albans boys take on Three Peaks Challenge

PUBLISHED: 14:44 30 January 2020 | UPDATED: 14:44 30 January 2020

The five St Albans boys are climbing mountains for Herts Young Homeless Group. Picture: Supplied

The five St Albans boys are climbing mountains for Herts Young Homeless Group. Picture: Supplied

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Five St Albans boys are undertaking a momentous challenge for a homeless charity.

The St Albans Young Farmers' members will be taking on the Three Peaks Challenge in aid of Herts Young Homeless Group.

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They were inspired by the rising levels of youth homelessness in and around the area.

The charity supports young homeless people with both short and long-term solutions by supplying hostels and night stops in order to work towards setting young people up for a financially and emotionally stable future.

The challenge involves successfully climbing Ben Nevis, Scafel Pike and Mount Snowdon in 24 hours.

The five boys; Maximus Hooper, 16, William Grovestock, 15, Thomas Bone,16, Erik Hooper, 14 and Jack Brenson, 15, will go on a training weekend in March to learn some map and compass skills. To sponsor them go to www.paypal.me/pools/c/8lX9aTR9fv


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