Peak per­for­mances

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(Above) Phyl­lis Chap­man, 73, from Amer­sham cel­e­brates walk­ing the full 18 miles with friend Mike Tracey from Rick­mansworth; (be­low) Mald­wyn Pugh from Lit­tle Chal­font, whose wife

was cared for by Iain Ren­nie nurses in 2002, has taken part in ev­ery Chilterns 3 Peak Chal­lenge since it started six years ago, with grand­daugh­ter Vic­to­ria Hull

MORE than 650 peo­ple pulled on their walk­ing boots to climb the Chiltern hills and raise cash for char­ity, writes Jo-Anne Rowney.

The walk­ers stepped out on Sun­day to raise money for Ren­nie Grove Hospice Care.

It was the sixth year peo­ple have taken on the Chilterns 3 Peaks Chal­lenge.

Fam­i­lies, friends and col­leagues chose be­tween a five, nine or 18-mile route start­ing in Princes Ris­bor­ough.

Ren­nie Grove chief ex­ec­u­tive Jenny Provin, who took part with son Max, said: “I thor­oughly en­joyed walk­ing the five-mile route and talk­ing along the way to all the dif­fer­ent peo­ple tak­ing part. It was a chance to ap­pre­ci­ate the English coun­try­side and the emerg­ing au­tumn colours at their very best.

“There was such a friendly at­mos­phere among the walk­ers and I was re­ally struck by how much support there is for the work that we do.”

The char­ity has to raise more than £6.5mil­lion a year to care for 3,000 pa­tients and fam­i­lies.

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The Babes and Adrian, who took part with dogs Gypsy and Tal­lu­lah. Louisa Spear­ing from Loosely Row and Jus­tine Egan from Great Mis­senden were joined by Nicki Poul­ter from Ox­ford­shire and Mika Pater and Adrian Lee from Ald­bury


ell and Jenny Flynn, of Bea­cons­field,Sara Mar­man, King, of Great Mis­senden and Rose

of Che­sham, were part of walk­ers a 15-strong team of Nordic

(Left) Ren­nie Grove chief ex­ec­u­tive Jenny Provin with son Max; (right) Gra­ham and Sarah Wil­liamson from Prest­wood car­ried two-year-old Max and Annabelle, eight months, over the five-mile route



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