Tiny Rebel backs Three Peaks of Wales charity challenge in aid of St David’s Hospice Care

LEADING Wales brewer Tiny Rebel are not just backing the Three Peak of Wales charity challenge in aid of St David’s Hospice Care but it is entering a team to take part in the gruelling event.

The Newport-based brewer, which has its brewery and headquarters in Rogerstone, is the main sponsor of the event and is entering at least one team into the event which takes place on Saturday, June 23.

The challenge Tiny Rebel is preparing to support and enter involves teams of climbers scaling three of Wales’ tallest peaks: Mount Snowdon, at 1,085m (3,560ft), Cadair Idris, 893m (2, 927 ft) and Pen-y-fan, 886m (2, 907ft), all in a single day.

Tiny Rebel’s Bradley Cummings said: “We’re delighted to sponsor the event and also to enter at least one team to take on the momentous challenge to scale Wales’ tallest peaks and all in just 24 hours

Head start: Franca Nigro, of St David’s Hospice Care with (left to right) Abi Linton, Kristy Wiseman, Alice Hayward, Andrew Traynor an d Niall Thomas, members of the Three Peaks of Wales Tiny Rebel team

“The excellent work of St David’s Hospice Care is very highly regarded. The Three Peaks of Wales challenge is a really worthwhile event which not only encourages people to enjoy the outdoors but is brilliant for team building, great fun and all for such a great cause.”

Event organiser Franca Nigro, of St David’s Hospice Care, said: “We’re thrilled that Tiny Rebel are not just sponsors of the event but also have staff members prepared to take part in what is recognised as being quite a challenging event. I’m looking forward to seeing them all at the start and again at the finish-perhaps toasting them with a can of Tiny Rebel!.”

To enter a team please visit www.stdavidshospicecare.org or call Franca Nigro on 01633 851051.