On 12th July, Horizon Construction will be taking on the National Three Peaks Challenge in support of Brain Tumour Research.

The Horizon Construction London and East Anglia offices will attempt to climb the three highest peaks of Scotland, England and Wales, a total walking distance of 23 miles and 10,052ft of climbing, in just 24 hours!


  • On the evening of July 12th we will begin in Scotland, walking up Ben Nevis (1,345m) into the sunset.
  • We will then drive through the night back to England and commence Scafell Pike (978m) at sunrise.
  • Finally, driving to Wales to climb Snowdon (1,085m), with an aim to complete just 24 hours later.


Horizon Construction will be undertaking the challenge in aid of Brain Tumour Research and in memory of Deb, who very sadly lost her own battle with a brain tumour last year. Debbie was a major part of Horizon for 20 years, she was a great friend and a great colleague.

Brain Tumour Research, is the only national charity in the UK dedicated to continuous and sustainable scientific research into brain tumours. The charity acts as a leading voice for greater support and action in order to try and find a cure. Brain tumours are indiscriminate; they can affect anyone at any age. They also kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer. So please help us to raise money for this amazing charity by donating through our just giving page here…

Thank you for your support

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