Solihull Moors Head of Commercial Bradley Rice will be joining #TeamCL for their upcoming fundraising walk up Snowdon next month.

Taking place on International Nurses Day on Friday 12th May, Bradley will join the team which will be scaling 1,085 metres of the highest peak in Wales.

Bradley is looking forwards to challenge and joining the charity on their first walk.

“I am taking part in the Mount Snowdon walk as I feel it is a fantastic way to challenge myself on a personal level, both physically and mentally as well as raise money for an incredible cause.”

“My work life means exercise often takes the back seat so when this opportunity came about, it gave me the kick up the proverbial that I needed, as there is no better motivation than doing something for the betterment of others.”

“Cure Leukaemia carry out fantastic work to fund life-saving research and it would be incredible if I can play a very small part, in helping them to achieve their overall aim.”

He will be hoping to draw upon previous experience from climbing the peak previously when he was younger.

“I have climbed Snowdon before, but many moons ago when I was 10 or 11, in fact I believe I have done it a couple of times, but I have a funny feeling that muscle memory or experience isn’t going to help me on this excursion – a lot has changed since then!”

“I’m slightly apprehensive given my lack of activity recently, but I know once I get into the swing of things, I will be just fine and the real reason as to why I am participating in the walk will no doubt push me through!”

Do you want to join Bradley and scale Snowdon with Cure Leukaemia? We have just two spots remaining for the trek