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Burns-Anderson at top of its peak

A team of 12 Burns-Anderson colleagues reached new heights on their expedition on the Three Peaks Challenge.

They raised more than 2,000 for Hop, Skip and Jump, the Bristol-based charity which provides play facilities for children with terminal and life threatening illnesses.

The group battled with Scotland’s Ben Nevis, England’s Scafell Pike and Welsh mountain Snowdon in a gruelling 26 hours – just exceeding the target of 24 hours.

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