TITLE

Team from Reed Managed Services to raise funds for charity

PUB. DATE
July 2004
SOURCE
Management Services;Jul2004, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
By the summer of 2004, a team of employees from Reed Managed Services are taking part in the Vanco Three Peaks Challenge, which is aimed at raising funds for CARE International UK. The team from this management services company are being challenged to climb the three highest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales and raise a minimum of £ 5,000 to help CARE continue its work with needy communities overseas. The weekend will begin with the demanding ascent of Ben Nevis, near Fort William in Scotland, and then continues in the Lake District with the ascent of Scafell Pike. The final hurdle is Snowdon in north Wales with an ascent of 3,560 feet. Teams will walk and climb a total distance of 41 kilometers during the challenge, all in a target time of 24 hours. The Reed Managed Services team are drawn from the company's information technology department and the participants include Alan Robert, Paul Du Toit, Paula Cunningham, Kevin Parker, Oscar Diez, Richard Comper, Sean Whetstone and Matt Steele.
ACCESSION #
13854441

 

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