Countdown to the Three Peaks challenge
There are just days to go until Chief Superintendent Paul Griffiths, Vice President of the Police Superintendents’ Association of England Wales, tackles the Three Peaks in just 24 hours to mark the Police Dependants’ Trust’s 50th anniversary.
Paul will climb Ben Nevis in Scotland (1345 metres), Scafell Pike in England (978 metres) and Snowdon in Wales (1085 metres) on Tuesday 26/Wednesday 27 July.
He is looking forward to the challenge and is training hard:
“I have been preparing by mountain walking in wales, running and cycling, so while I feel fit enough to climb any of the mountains it will be an interesting challenge to do all three in 24 hours.”
Paul has received a fantastic response from his colleagues within the Superintendents’ Association and beyond, and has also been able to raise awareness of our work.
“It’s been a brilliant opportunity to share the good work that the PDT are doing to help officers following difficult and distressing incidents, and after life-changing events.