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Macho in Machu?

Artemis Fund Managers MD Dick Turpin, Societe Generale Unit Trusts chief executive John Ions and Quill director Gordon Puckey are all set to trek the Inca trail in Peru to raise money for leukaemia charity the Anthony Nolan Trust.

The Diary would like to wish the trio the best of luck keeping up with the rest of their team-mates who include England rugby internationals Victor Obogu and Ben Clarke.

If you would like to make a donation, please send cheques payable to the Anthony Nolan Trust, c/o Gordon Puckey, Quill Communications, 2 Finch lane, London EC3V 3NA/

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