3 peaks challenge teens appeal for sponsorship

3 peaks challenge teens appeal for sponsorship

Published by Justin Gladdis at 2:15pm 24th April 2019. (Updated at 2:19pm 24th April 2019)

They're desperate for a firm or a company to step forward in Dorset.

Three West Dorset teenagers set to climb The Three Peaks in a bid to find a cure for brain tumours, are appealing for companies to help sponsor them.

Lily Holmes from Weymouth and Samson Marshall, from Dorchester lost their dads to the disease.

Tallulah Chalstrey from Dorchester lost someone she saw as a little sister.

The three begin their trek on the 6th June and are asking firms for £50 - This would go towards petrol, energy bars, energy drinks, food and drink to help the three in their bid to conquer the peaks.

Speaking to Wessex FM Tullalah said,

"Samson and Lily both lost their dads last year and I lost a little friend called Lexi May to a brain tumour. The charity means so much to us - it does amazing work so anyone who can help sponsor us, it's all going to an amazing charity which really does help every family going through it".

"If you run a company and you can sponsor us, they will be on the back of our hoodies, mentioned lots on social media and of course on Wessex FM".

Lily said,

"Samson and I and Tullalah want to make our loved ones proud and that is something that made us want to do it mostly", she added.

"We will be visiting schools to raise awareness to the younger generation despite how hard it will be we are very determined. So please join us on our journey, any donation is HUGELY appreciated x".

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