VIDEO: Mount Snowdon scaled by charity fundraisers in memory of popular Brigg man and Scunthorpe Telegraph employee David Neal
Ten Scunthorpe Telegraph employees have completed a charity trek in memory of former colleague David Neal.
The Telegraph Ten, pictured, trekked to the summit of Mount Snowdon on Friday, September 14.
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 has so far raised more than £2,700 for the British Heart Foundation.
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Members of the Telegraph Ten reached the top of the mountain in three hours, before completing the descent in two-and-a-half hours.
They wish to thank all clients with the Scunthorpe and Grimsby Telegraph for their support, as well as colleagues, family and friends. The Telegraph Ten are Mark Price, Craig Smith, Lee Hilton, Jayne Batram, Rachel Butters, Katie Gashi, Sam Wright, Aly Jobber, Malcolm Barnard and Emily Riseborough.
To donate, visit www.virginmoney giving.com/telegraph10