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PTS Snowdon climb raises NSPCC cash

Seven employees from the Aldridge and Tamworth branches of leading merchant PTS have conquered Mount Snowdon, raising £4,100 for the NSPCC in the process.

PTS Snowdon climb raises NSPCC cash

The team completed the gruelling 14 mile trek in nine hours in intense weather conditions across Crib Goch.

Mark Wallis, PTS Aldridge Branch Manager, said: “Tackling the slopes of Snowdon and in particular Crib Goch proved to be extremely challenging. No one in the team had ever completed anything like this before and we really had to pull together to get through the day. There were times when we felt a bit vulnerable as we had to pass along narrow ridges in some pretty gruelling weather.

“Through our team spirit and the generosity of our sponsors, we have generated a fantastic amount of money. I am immensely proud of my team and everything that we have achieved for the NSPCC.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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