Charity challenges

Congratulations to our team members who have recently tackled some monumental challenges for charity.

Ken Gray cycled the Étape Caledonia, which is 81 miles long and includes the steep King of the Mountains climb up Schiehallion (1196m). Ken raised money for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Janette Edmonds took part in the Edinburgh Marathon Festival Team Relay event in June, running 8 miles and raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Louise Carruthers took part in the Moonwalk, a 26.2 mile nighttime walk through London, raising funds for Breast Cancer Support.

And taking on less of a physical challenge, but equally worthy of mention, are the staff members who attended the Giant Pub Quiz at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange raising money for St Columba’s Hospice.

Well done everyone!

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