CELEB friends and family of TV star Caroline Flack will be climbing mountains to help prevent suicides.
Organiser Bradley Simmonds, her personal trainer, said some “really good names” would join the two-day Climb for Caroline, who killed herself, aged 40, in February.
He added: “I wanted to do a challenge and I wanted to get her closest friends and family on board.”
Celebs involved have not been named but they will walk for 12 hours each day across some of the highest mountains in Cumbria’s Lake District.
They will raise cash for Samaritans, which helps people in emotional crisis.
They will be climbing with Charity Challenge and WOW Hydrate to raise awareness and increase support of the charity.
Bradley explained: “We’ve got some really good names and really good friends of Caroline.
“We’ve got some of her close family.
“We’re all really excited to be raising money in Caroline’s name.”