Peak trio get into top gear for a Mission Impossible

nbua-09-08-12-crumballrally - Michael Chamberlain, James Bardsley and Edward Siddall in fancy dress for one of the daily challenges they were set while taking part in the Crumball Rally to raise money for two local charities. Photo contributed.
nbua-09-08-12-crumballrally - Michael Chamberlain, James Bardsley and Edward Siddall in fancy dress for one of the daily challenges they were set while taking part in the Crumball Rally to raise money for two local charities. Photo contributed.
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travelling through seven countries in four days in a Mission Impossible themed challenge has helped three High Peak men raise much needed cash for local charities.

Edward Siddall, Michael Chamberlain and James Bardsley took part in the Crumball Rally - a three day driving event loosely based on the Mission Impossible Films - to raise funds for New Mills Community Orchard and the Friends of Chapel Lane Park in Hadfield.

The event took them through France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria and Germany in their Peugeot 306 before they finished in Prague. And their efforts have so far raised £430 which will be split between the two charities. Ed said the trip had been a memorable experience for the team, particularly getting the opportunity to drive the famous Stelvio Pass, one of Top Gear’s World’s best driving roads.

The trio would like to thank Horderns in Chapel-en-le-Frith, Tarmac UK and the GMB Union and everyone who supported or sponsored them.

Donations can be made in a bank using the Friends of Chapel Park account details, sort code 301332 and account number 00696415.