Sofa to Summit

17th February 2021, 12:36pm | By Maddy Jones | Event Date : 20210401

Are you ready to climb the highest mountain in the world, from your very own home, to support your local NHS?

We’re challenging you to climb the height of Everest (8,848m to be exact!) and raise vital funds for patients, their families and staff at the Royal United Hospitals Bath (RUH).

Starting from the 1st April, you have 61 days to reach the top of Everest by climbing your stairs at home or by venturing into the great outdoors (or both!).

Entry is FREE and includes a 100% recycled t-shirt, access to the challenge Facebook group and helpful resources to help you reach great heights for the RUH. Fundraisers who raise £100 or more will also receive an exclusive Everest Expedition Patch!

Sign up today at https://bit.ly/3tQjHxp and help make a real difference for our patients. #SofaToSummit

No matter how large the mountain ahead of us is, together we can overcome it.

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