Cornerstone reached new heights!

Cornerstone reached new heights!

This weekend 6 members of the club embarked on climbing Mt Snowden in Wales.


The team started the climb at 9am making their assent up Pyg track. 

They traversed multiple rocky paths to reach the summit in just under 3 hours.


They made their decent down miners track where they stopped for a swim in the lakes. In total they covered over 12km and 23,000 steps.

They got back to the accommodation at 4pm for a well earned drink!

Congratulation guys a great effort by all!

Member Spotlight - Tom Kendle

Member Spotlight - Tom Kendle

My name’s Tom and I’m a firefighter. In August of this year I will be climbing Mt. Snowdon with the intention of raising as much as possible for The Firefighters Charity.

The work they do to give personalised support to the whole of the fire service community is invaluable. By supporting the Mental, Physical and Emotional health of not only serving firefighters, control and support staff, as well as their families, they have a huge impact and are vitally important. That is why I have chosen this charity.

Not sure on total amount as people are still donating. My target was £150 but so far I’ve raised £3,247

Help Tom raise as much money as he can:

I’ve been doing a lot of running and walking in preparation and look forward to the big climb!