National 3 Peaks Challenge


Since TAP started the business 10 years ago we have supported many great causes such as Great Ormond Street, Macmillan Cancer Care, Diabetes UK, Haven’s Hospices, and helped young people develop themselves and gain a better understanding of the environment, and the challenges ahead by assisting in sending 2 young people to Antarctica as part of an International Task Force.

To coincide with TAP’s 10th Anniversary we are undertaking on 5-6th July the demanding National 3 Peaks Challenge which involves a total climb of around 10,000 feet, 25 miles walking, and 464 miles of driving – all in 24 hours.  The challenge starts at the foot of Ben Nevis, followed by Scafell Pike and finishes at the foot of Snowdon.  The intrepid team of Rhys Davies, Jason Tamlyn, Les Brook, Alex Bunce and Graham Pickford will have to cope with changing clothes, eating, drinking and even sleeping, as David Anslow drives them to each destination by road.  Our aim is to raise £5,000 on behalf of the Action Medical Research, a UK-wide charity funding vital research to help sick and disabled babies and children.  This is a great cause and one that TAP are strongly committed towards.

We are all asked to give in many ways and we appreciate fully there are pressures on all of us.  However we would ask that you reflect on the world around you, pause for 2 minutes and help us raise money for Action Medical Research for Children by donating at:

You know it makes sense and our efforts will help to make a difference!