Brave fundraisers are being called to tackle a six-peak Lake District challenge next month in the hopes of raising some “crucial money” for a Prestwich social care charity.

The fourth annual ‘Trek 4 The Fed’ adventure will take place on Sunday, July 16 as the charity sets its sights high with the goal of raising money to “support our life-transforming, and often life-saving, work”.

The walk will cover around 22.8km with adventurers starting and ending in Langdale, at the Lake District National Park and will tackle Rossett Pike, Allen Crags, Great End, Scafell Pike, Esk Pike and Bow Fell.

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Raphi Bloom, The Fed's director of fundraising and marketing, said: "We look forward to as many people as possible joining us for a challenging day out in the stunning Lake District hiking some of the country's iconic peaks and raising money for a great cause."

Previous events tackled the Yorkshire Three Peaks, the Ullswater Circular, and the Peak District.

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Tickets priced at £40 per person and there is a minimum sponsorship total of £200pp / £250 per household.

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For more information contact or phone 0161 772 4074.

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