Franke Sissons raise money for three cancer charities

  • 19 Dec 2014

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Franke Sissons team from right to left, Victoria Himsworth, Joanne Meadows, Andy Dukelow (MD), Mark Wilson and Andy Martin,

The Mount Snowden team pictured gere included Victoria Himsworth, Joanne Meadows, Andy Dukelow (MD), Mark Wilson and Andy Martin. Three of the team completed the climb despite knee injuries, making the climb even more arduous.

Smashing their initial target of £3k to raise £3.5k the team approached, friends, family, colleagues, customers and suppliers in a bid to raise valuable funds for Ashgate Hospice, Cancer Research UK and Macmillan Cancer Support.  

Andrew Dukelow Managing Director for Franke Sissons: “People don’t realise Snowden is our highest peak outside Scotland – it’s far more taxing than you imagine.  Thanks to all our supporters for donating.  The funds are to be split equally between the charities.”

Franke Sisson’s Team Snowden present a cheque to Ashgate Hospice one of three cancer charities to benefit from the fundraising climb.















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