They say four seasons in one day, but this lot went one better and added three mountains into the mix!
The Tingewick Society is a fabulous group of Oxford Medical students who, alongside their studies, fundraise every year in support of Oxford Hospitals Charity as well as another special chosen charity.
They are amazing. And to show what they are made of last weekend the latest Tingewick team tackled the Three Peaks – climbing the highest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales in just 24 hours.
And what a 24 hours it was – with bright sunshine, rain and even snow (thanks to Ben Nevis) in the mix.
Naomi Stewart Hale from our charity team applauded the group, saying:
“All of us at Oxford Hospital’s Charity are constantly blown away by the Tingewick Society’s incredible efforts to fundraise and raise awareness for our charity, alongside their high-pressured day jobs as fourth year medical students.
“Once again, they have risen to the challenge (literally) scaling the Three Peaks back-to-back, many of them in less than 24 hours, and raising over £1,200 in the process!
“We are so grateful for their continued support and hope they’re now enjoying a well-earned rest!”
If you'd like to sponsor this fabulous group please visit their fundraising page  
Or if you are a member of a group or organisation, or just fancy taking on a challenge while raising funds for the hospital causes you care about most, why not get in touch?
Drop us an email at [email protected] to discuss your plans.