Tuesday, May 28, 2024

New team joins 3 Bunkers fundraiser

The Nottingham office of wealth managers, RBC Brewin Dolphin has signed up to be the sixth team to take part in the annual 3 Bunkers challenge which aims to raise £100,000 for local charity Big C Little C.

‘The 3 Bunkers Challenge’ is styled like the infamous three peaks mountain climbs, but involves 24 golfers playing 27 holes within 10 hours at Morley Hayes in Derbyshire, Charnwood Forest in Leicestershire and The Nottinghamshire, covering just over 70 miles.

RBC Brewin Dolphin has a history dating back to 1762 and has 30 offices based across the UK, Ireland and Channel Islands.

The team from RBC Brewin Dolphin will be led by Robin Mellows, Head of Office in the East Midlands.

Commenting Ian Cooper, Divisional Director, Investment Management from RBC Brewin Dolphin said: “Our brand has been associated with many of Nottingham’s leading business awards and charity fundraisers and we are delighted to be taking part in this challenge to help research cures for cancer and help local children escape abuse and neglect.”

Established in 2020, the 3 Bunkers Challenge is organised by in Elliot & Bev Cook from Simple Marketing Consultancy and so far £40,000 of the £100,000 target has been raised.

This year, the event takes place on Friday 24 May 2024. The other five teams taking part are from Actons Solicitors, Fiscal Engineers, MAF Finance Group, Shakespeare Martineau Solicitors and Simple Marketing Consultancy.

Big C Little C was founded in 2019 by business entrepreneurs, Andrew Springhall and Colin Shaw who joined forces to create a charity that would encourage East Midlands businesses to organise events to raise money for Cancer Research, the NSPCC and other children related charities.

The organisers welcome support via online donations. The fundraising link is: https://givestar.io/ev/the-3-bunkers-challenge-2024

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