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Bramley Elderly Action: Three Peaks walkers raise £2k

Congratulations to every one of the 19 walkers, aged 17-66, who took part in the Three Peaks Challenge for Bramley Elderly Action on Saturday. It was a beautiful day and there was a fantastic team spirit throughout the 24-mile walk, writes Fran Graham.

The group of volunteers, staff and supporters raised about £2,000 (with Gift Aid contributions). It’s not too late to add to this great total, just go to if you would like to donate. All money goes to help BEA in our work supporting older people in Bramley, Swinnow and Stanningley to remain healthy and independent.

See our Facebook page for more photos of the Three Peaks Challenge.

Get in touch with Zoe (Volunteer Co-ordinator, Fundraising)  if you would like to get involved in raising funds for BEA.


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