Chapman Taylor’s UK studios take on the South Wales Three Peaks Trial for charity

Next month, several employees from Chapman Taylor’s London, Manchester and Bristol studios will tackle the South Wales Three Peaks Trial in support of RIBA’s ‘Future Architects Pledge’.

Setting off in the early morning of Saturday 7 September, our intrepid team will walk the so-called ‘Gold Route’, which is a 21.25-mile circular course from Abergavenny which takes in the peaks of Blorenge, Sugar Loaf and Skirrid Fawr. The walk will involve an ascent of 5,000ft, and they are aiming to complete the entire circuit within ten hours.

We would be grateful if you could support our team by giving generously in support of the Future Architects’ Pledge, which aims to nurture and financially support talented future architects from primary school to post-graduate study. You can donate at the dedicated JustGiving page here.

For more information about the pledge, please visit the RIBA website.

“We are bringing architecture into classrooms through our National Schools Programme, with hands-on design workshops inspiring primary and secondary pupils across the country. Our Student Hardship Fund provides grants to architecture students facing real financial hardship and helps to make architecture accessible.” – RIBA Future Architects Pledge.

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