From Wellington Rocks to the Three Peaks


L-R, Julie Bedford, Ian Knipe, Stuart Foden, Richard Searle and Simon Pockett pictured at Wellington Rocks, Tunbridge Wells

A team from a Tunbridge Wells firm of financial advisers are embarking on a challenge to climb Britain’s three highest mountains to raise funds for Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance.                                                                                                        

Five members of staff at The Goodman Partnership will attempt to scale Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Mount Snowdon, all in just 24 hours.

The Three Peaks challengers are Julie Bedford, Ian Knipe, Stuart Foden, Richard Searle and Simon Pockett.

They will set off on July 4th and are aiming to raise a total of £2,500 which would fund one potentially life-saving call-out by the Air Ambulance.

Simon said: “We’ve been training hard since the beginning of the year and unfortunately picked up a few injuries along the way. Hopefully we will avoid any mishaps on the day and we want the weather to be kind.

“We know this will be a real challenge but are confident in completing this for such a worthy cause. You never know when it might be you who needs the Air Ambulance.”

The Goodman Partnership has some of the best qualified and most experienced advisers in retirement planning, investing and long-term care funding.

The firm has so far raised £1,249 and can be sponsored at


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