Scunthorpe Telegraph 10 raise £3,000+ with mountain trek in memory of former colleague David Neal of Brigg
TEN Scunthorpe Telegraph employees raised more than £3,000 by trekking to the summit of Mount Snowdon in memory of former colleague David Neal.
The Telegraph Ten climbed to the top of the highest peak in Wales in September.
Mr Neal, 64, was a popular motors advertisement representative and worked for the newspaper for more than 30 years.
He died following a heart attack and the charity walk was completed in aid of the British Heart Foundation.
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After collecting all sponsorship money, the final total for the charity was £3,146.37.
Members of the Telegraph Ten – Mark Price, Craig Smith, Lee Hilton, Jayne Batram, Rachel Butters, Katie Gashi, Sam Wright, Aly Jobber, Emily Riseborough and Malcolm Barnard – reached the top of the mountain in three hours, before completing the descent in two-and-a-half hours.