By Kira Gibson

Firefighters from the Kibworth fire station in Leicestershire climbed the second highest peak in the United Kingdom last Friday(OCT8) for charity.

The fire station raised money for The Fire Fighters Charity and ‘The Well’ by climbing Mount Snowdon in Wales.

The Well works by running food banks, charity shops, cafés and more in and around Kibworth, whereas The Fire Fighters Charity works to support firefighters and their families with mental or physical help should they need it.

The fundraising target was £1,085 and the charity walk managed to raise almost triple – with the end total amounting to £3,271.06.

Fundraising is still open towards the walk that has been completed, and this is open until October 31. To contribute towards this charity walk please go to https://www.peoplesfundraising.com/fundraising/MountSnowdonCharityWalk