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The best view comes after the hardest climb

Posted on: 09/09/2021

Senior members of Poole Sea Cadets recently took on the challenge of climbing the three highest mountain peaks in Wales, Scotland, and England and in so doing would like to thank their many sponsors.

By climbing Snowdon, Ben Nevis, and Scafell Pike they successfully raised enough sponsorship to cover the costs of running the Sea Cadet Unit for several weeks.

They only just missed their self-imposed target time of 20 hours by a mere 67 minutes, a time that is still considered impressive.

The two very tired and sore walkers were SLt (SCC) Reece Oliver RNR, Commanding Officer, and Civilian Instructor Joel Nurser. Their driver on the more than 400 miles of road sections between the mountains was Petty Officer (SCC) Jasmine Hughes.
 
The spectacular main photograph of the Sunday morning dawn in the Snowdonia mountains during their Three Peaks Challenge was captured by Reece Oliver.
 




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