May 2009
Utility Week;5/22/2009, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the participation of a team from "Utility Week" in the annual Walk the Wight event on the Isle of Wight, England in 2009, which raises money for a local hospice. Three completed the full 27-mile walk, while two had to withdraw after their footwear disintegrated. The event was sponsored by Southern Water, publisher RBI and various individuals.


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