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Our hikers take on Three Peak Challenge for charity

3 Peaks Challenge

Five of our people have raised almost £300 for charity after completing the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge.

The quintet of Penny Shaw, Claire Hill, Debbie Clubley, Geoff Senscall and Stephen Hall took on the 5,200ft ascent of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough in September.

The group has so far raised £283 for our’ charity of the year The Teenage Cancer Trust, but hope that figure will reach £500.

Penny Shaw said: “As a few of us enjoy walking, it provided us with the opportunity to undertake a personal challenge and to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust. The most enjoyable part of the challenge was spending time with and getting to know colleagues better away from work and the sense of achievement both individually and for the team.

“We intend to keep walking with trips back to the Peak District and The Wolds at least once a month and we are already hoping for a repeat next year with more colleagues or perhaps something a bit different.”

To donate, visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Acis-3-Peaks or text ACIS50 and the amount you want to donate (up to a maximum of £10) to 70070

 

 

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