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Teachers plan climb to raise money for sports hall

Posted 8 July 2011
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Teachers plan climb to raise money for sports hall
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A head teacher and two deputies are to gather their climbing gear and scale some of Britain's highest mountains in a bid to raise money for a new sports hall.

This Is Sussex reports that Imberhorne head Jon Ford and his understudies Chris Keating and Martin Brown will lace up their climbing boots and tackle the tallest peaks in the country.

Mr Ford will attempt to climb Scafell Pike in the Lake District, with Mr Keating taking on Mount Snowdon and Mr Brown scaling Ben Nevis.

All three are keen climbers and will be supported by friends and family members, who will be taking part as well.

Mr Ford told the news provider: "Scafell Pike is the one I haven't climbed. The idea is we will be climbing and reach the top at the same time. My wife Sandra is climbing with me."

Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England at 3,210 ft in height.
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