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West Norfolk parents climb Three Peaks to raise money for village school

A group of West Norfolk parents are readying to take on the National Three Peaks Challenge to raise money for their village school.

The team of nine, who formed in September last year through a social media campaign known as the School Run Run, aims to climb the highest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales in just 24 hours on August 31.

By walking over 37 kilometres, climbing more than 10,000 feet and driving nearly 1,830 kilometres, the parents are hoping to raise £3,000 to help secure two new developments at Ingoldisthorpe Primary School.

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