A team from Highways Magazine has raised more than £6,000 for Alzheimer’s Research UK after completing the Three Peaks Challenge.
The team comprised of Neil Levett, publisher; Adele Humphries, design and communications manager; Paul Thornhill, sales manager for PanStadia & Arena Management; Mike Cramp, UK sales manager for Offshore Engineer; and John Davies from Glamorgan White Lining.
Over three days the team faced the challenge of climbing up the three highest points in the UK – Ben Nevis in Scotland (4,409ft); Scaffel Pike in England (3,209ft) and Mount Snowdon in Wales (3,560ft).
Generous sponsorship for the challenge was provided by Instarmac, Preformed Markings, JSP, Highway Care, Imtech, Rennicks/MTS, SW1 Advertising, Acklea, TMP, Signpost Solutions and Route Signs, who also kindly produced the banners.
A team from the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) also completed the Three Peaks Challenge.
The association’s team was made up of the following people: George Lee (national director RSMA); Scott Yuill (director at Markon/vice chairman RSMA); Garry Duncan and Andy Stubbs (WJ Linkline Group); James Hodge Brooks (JHB Roadmarkings); Nick and Darren Riggott (Riggott and Co); Mike Attwood; Julian Zaremba (Belstan Ltd). Julian was joined by four friends known as the Turmeric Curry Climbers, who were sponsored by their local boutique Indian restaurant – The Turmeric Spice.
A web page is still open for anyone who would like to donate via http://www.justgiving.com/Neil-Levett