Every year, the three Lynch brothers take part in a physical challenge, in memory of their mother Celia Lynch, and to raise money for a good cause. This year was no exception, and despite a global pandemic, the three brothers found a way to complete their challenge in a safe, socially distanced way.
The challenge this year was to complete a 25km section of the London LOOP, which is a circular route around the edge of London. Darren was unable to travel to London due to lockdown restrictions coming into force before the challenge, and so had to improvise. He completed his 25km walk over the Yorkshire Peaks, keeping in touch with Merrill and Rob digitally while the three of them covered their distances.
Together, the brothers were able to raise over £3,000 for the Lighthouse Club charity, and Lynch is delighted to be able to support the brothers and sponsor their challenge. The Lighthouse Club charity works hard to provide physical, mental, and financial wellbeing support to construction workers in crisis. Lynch have been proud supporters of the Lighthouse Club and the work they do for over 20 years.
Merrill Lynch is grateful that the brothers have been able to complete a challenge this year, commenting: “we are so pleased to be able to do our small bit for those in need, and those within our industry.”
If you would like to learn more about the charity or make a donation, please visit https://www.lighthouseclub.org/
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