FANCY a challenge this summer?

Why not take in the spectacular sights from Yorkshire's Three Peaks while raising money for children and young people.

Martin House Hospice Care is inviting people from across the region to sign up for the challenge which takes place on Saturday June 15.

The 24-mile route takes in Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent over 10 to 12 hours and with a team of experienced mountain guides.

Sara Cracknell, events fundraiser at Martin House, said: “The Yorkshire Three Peaks is a fantastic challenge for work colleagues, friends or family to take on, as you get to enjoy some of Yorkshire’s most breath-taking scenery, while raising vital funds for Martin House.

“It costs us £8 million a year to support families, so every penny raised makes a huge difference. Coming to Martin House offers a break to families, a chance to spend time together and enjoy activities which help them to make precious memories.”

Martin House cares for children and young people with life-limiting conditions from across West, North and East Yorkshire, at its hospice, in hospitals and in their own homes. It also supports the whole family, including providing bereavement support.

Places are available for up to 200 walkers, who must be aged 18 or over.

The Leeds branch of GO Outdoors is also holding a special VIP event on Wednesday April 3 for everyone who signs up to the walk, including special discounts.

For more information call 01423 844569; email or visit