Three Peaks Challenge and Pigeon Racing Night in memory of Harvey Hague-Armitage

In May 2009, Harvey’s best friend Adam Caine – along with friends from St. John’s Church, Heath Hayes – successfully completed the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge, climbing to the summits of Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon.

Organised by George Green and Bill Caine (Adam’s Dad), the other climbers were Paul Holding, James Holding, Richard Arm, Mike Hughes, Terry Croxall, Alan Langley, Mark Newton and Ian Carlisle.

After the challenge Adam said, “It was the best thing I’ve ever done”.

A Pigeon Racing evening provided much hilarity and stiff competition, with prizes awarded to both adult and child winners. It was also an opportunity for George to show his PowerPoint presentation of the Three Peaks Challenge; and everyone was in awe of the climbers’ achievement.

Together these events raised £1853.52 for the Harvey Hague-Armitage Memorial Fund within CRY. Heartfelt thanks go to George Green, Adam and Bill Caine, and everyone involved in the events.

Christine Hague-Armitage (Harvey’s Mother)