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Mirus 3 Peaks Challenge 2011 - Training Climb 1 Snowdon

As part of the build up to the Mirus 3 Peaks Challenge taking place at the end of May a number of the team took on Snowdon as a trial run and passed with flying colours.

The team departed Milton Keynes at 6.00am and headed for Wales hoping for good weather and to test out the new equipment purchased for this years attempt to conquer the 3 Peaks.

The training team included Paul Tomlinson, Chris Foster, Catherine Murphy, John Green and Miro Miadok as pictured above. The trail run was completed in under 6 hours so gives the team a good guide for the full challenge.

Please help us to raise our target of £3,000 by clicking on the following link and donating to this great cause http://www.justgiving.com/mirus3peaks2011

About Mirus IT Solutions

Mirus IT are a leading provider of managed IT services and IT support to businesses across Milton Keynes and Northamptonshire. Focusing heavily on proactive management and monitoring of our clients networks, we provide a truly all inclusive service allowing businesses to focus on what they do best.

About WNAA

Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance (WNAA) was established in 2003 and exists to provide a HEMS (Helicopter Emergency Medical service) to the counties of Warwickshire, Northamptonshire and the Milton Keynes area. Our service does not simply transport patients to the nearest hospital. Our service routinely carries senior Doctors and Consultants to the scene of incidents in just minutes, providing lifesaving treatment and medication at the scene and en-route to hospital. Our Air Ambulance takes the hospital to the patient, providing the best possible chance of a full recovery.

WNAA is a registered charity and relies totally on public donations, fundraising activities and sponsorship. The average cost per mission
is around £1400 and the annual basic running cost of the service is over £1.7 million. Currently only able to operate in daylight hours due to the restrictive leasing costs of flying at night, WNAA aims to become the first service in the UK to operate 24 hours per day.