Paul Walsh, EndoSan product manager, is currently in training to tackle the National Three Peaks Challenge on 16-17th September 2017 for charity.

The National Three Peaks Challenge is a gruelling 24-hour climbing challenge where the 4 team members will climb Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon only stopping to travel between the three sites.

Paul is undertaking this mammoth task to raise money on behalf of The Christie Hospital in Manchester which he has a very personal connection to after, unfortunately, losing his Mum – Sandra (46), Dad – Patrick (61) and younger Sister – Nicky (28), all to Cancer over the past 15 years.

Paul puts it best in his own words when he says:

“Before they all passed away, my Mum, Dad and Sister were cared for by the wonderful staff at The Christie, Manchester and this is my small attempt to say thank you and to try and stop this happening to someone else. I am forever grateful to the Christie staff and the tireless work they continue to perform. Cancer must be stopped!”

Endo Enterprises as a business see the importance of not only supporting an integral member of the team but also the crucial work that is carried out by The Christie day in day out. It is with this in mind that we have decided to try and help as much as we can for this special project. Paul and his team have already raised £1,000 so Endo Enterprises will match fund every penny of the next £1,000 raised!

Benjamin Sallon – Managing director said:

“We are immensely proud of any of our team who wish to put in such an effort to raise funds for such a worthy cause. The Endo business is not just about selling great products but it’s about supporting great people. We wish the team much success in training for this mammoth charitable adventure.”

If you would like to donate to this very worthy cause and get behind the ‘Alpha Team’ the link to their JustGiving page is

They have featured in some local media with The Bury times running the story online and in print.

Regular updates on the event can be found on Facebook at

We wish Paul and the team all the very best of luck and hope they can raise lots of money for this brilliant charity.


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