Mountain charity challenge for research team

An intrepid team of fundraisers are aiming high in a charity challenge to support research and development at the N&N.

The team of 10, who all work at the Quadram Institute, will travel to Wales on 9 June to prepare to climb the 1,085 metre (3,560 feet) Snowdon the following day.

They will be climbing The Llanberis Path, a distance of nine miles and hope to reach the summit and come back down in between six to eight hours.

Becky Woodcock, Research Study Administrator, and one of climbers said: “We wanted to do something for charity and the N&N Hospitals Charity was one that we could all relate to. None of us are exceptionally fit, nor are we experienced hikers/climbers so it will certainly be a challenge to say the least.”

The team are busy training in their spare time to make sure they are all prepared for the climb in June, and have already raised £670 towards their £1,000 target.

The Quadram Institute, on the Norwich Research Park, is a state-of-the-art facility for bioscience and clinical research and home to the NNUH Endoscopy Centre.

If you would like to support Becky and the team, which will benefit research at the N&N, you can support them here:





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