PSG announce Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge Charity Fundraising Walk

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2 May 2013


PSG, the market leading provider of conveyancing searches and reports for solicitors and conveyancing professionals throughout England and Wales, are delighted to announce the upcoming ‘PSG Three Peaks Challenge’.

Working together for change

On Saturday June 1st, PSG staff and several team members from partner and principle sponsor – Groundsure, will come together in PSG’s first joined up charity fund raising event with the shared goal of raising money for worthy causes.  Come rain or shine, walkers will set off to conquer the three highest peaks in Yorkshire, Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, walking almost 25 miles in under 12 hours with a combined ascent of over 7000ft.

Rising to the challenge

Corporate Social Responsibility is an integral part of PSG and our network of local offices across the country are proud to play an active role in the communities they serve and beyond. Whether it’s supporting local youth groups and charities or international initiatives, working with our clients and partners to make a real difference is something that sets us apart from our competitors.

Join us in supporting some very good causes

Stephen Murray, Director at PSG commented: “Corporate Social Responsibility is in the blood of everyone at PSG. Over the years our offices throughout the country have organised their own fundraising initiatives locally and The 3 Peaks Challenge expands on this by bringing us all together for the first time to raise money for the charities close to our hearts.  We’ll hopefully have a lot of fun too.”

Please join us in supporting our nominated worthy causes by donating via our Just Giving page. This can be found at: https://original.justgiving.com/teams/psg3peaksyorkshirechallenge.



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