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Intrepid trio to take on three peaks

Marketing manager Emma-Jane Kisby, Franchisee Chris Kisby and Claire Murray - a father and daughters team from HiQ in Stamford are doing the Three Peaks Challenge as part of the company's aim to hit �100,000 for Breast Cancer Care

Marketing manager Emma-Jane Kisby, Franchisee Chris Kisby and Claire Murray - a father and daughters team from HiQ in Stamford are doing the Three Peaks Challenge as part of the company's aim to hit �100,000 for Breast Cancer Care

Three adventurous members of a car tyre specialist business are taking to the hills to help the company hit its £100,000 fundraising target for Breast Cancer Care.

Chris Kisby, Emma-Jane Kisby and Claire Murray, who own the HiQ franchise Easy Tyre & Autocentre in Goldington Road, Bedford, are setting off to complete the Three Peaks Challenge from October 18 to 20, as part of HiQ’s Project Pink fundraising efforts.

The challenge will see the intrepid trio trek the dizzy heights of Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon over three days, climbing for over 15 hours and driving 11 hours from peak to peak.

Emma-Jane said: “This is not going to be an easy challenge, but we are very excited at the prospect of raising a target of £2,500 for Breast Cancer Care. We’ve all been training hard to make sure we’re geared up for the challenge and can’t wait to- get started.”

To donate go to www.justgiving.com/HiQProjectPink

 

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