Netley Deputy Manager’s steep mountain challenge
Revitalise’s Mark Page, Deputy Manager of Netley Waterside House, has completed the ‘Three Welsh Peaks Challenge’ to raise money for the centre.
On Saturday 27 June Mark took on the challenge of scaling three of Wales’ highest mountains – Snowdon, Cadair Idris and Pen Y Fan – for the centre, which provides respite holidays for disabled people and carers from the region.
Mark took on the challenge to raise money to improve the volunteer accommodation at Netley Waterside House, which relies on residential volunteers to provide support and companionship for the centre’s disabled guests.
Mark explained: “The volunteers do a wonderful job in giving our guests a perfect holiday. These people give up their time for free and some of them stay at Netley for up to a year. My aim is to try and refurbish their living accommodation and in particular give them some lovely new bathrooms.”
Mark’s fundraising effort has exceeded the £1,000 target he set prior to the challenge and the total now stands at £1,250.
Those wishing to support Mark’s fundraising effort can still donate at: www.justgiving.com/Mark-Page5.