Pace 3 Peaks for 3 generations
Author: Louise Walker
Posted on: 06/17/2022
This Father’s Day is going to be extra special for Son and Dad, Lee Clements as he takes on the National 3 Peaks 24hr Challenge raising vital funds for his daughter’s specialist school run by the charity, Pace (1011133).
“My daughter has severe cerebral palsy. She is bright, curious, and incredibly determined and her drive to learn and live life to the full makes me the proudest Daddy in the world.”
Lee continues, “The 3 Peaks Challenge is a family legacy. My Dad took on a world record challenge to scale all three mountains in a (then) record breaking 16.5 hours. Sadly, the weather beat him on his attempt, but I hope that his spirit will bring me luck. Completing this challenge on Father’s Day will be a very special moment for me.”
“We were lucky that my daughter was able to have early intervention therapy from Pace at a very young age, and she is very happy to be attending the Pace school now!” – Lee Clements
Lee has raised over £6,000 for Pace so far, towards the team total currently topping £18,000.
Team member, and Pace Chief Executive, Ian Sansbury said “We want to raise over £20,000. This would pay for a child, like Lee’s daughter to attend our specialist school for a year. Or for three babies to access vital early intervention therapy which can dramatically improve their outcomes.”
If you would like to support Lee on the 3 generations 3 Peaks challenge visit https://thepacecentre.enthuse.com/pf/lee-clements
We wish all the Pace 3 peaks challengers a very successful weekend and look forward to hearing their stories!