A team of employees from recruitment firm Hays took part in a physical challenge to raise money for charity Action for Children.
The ‘Beat the Moon’ challenge in the Lake District involved cycling nine miles, followed by a nine mile trek to the summit of Scafell Pike, then a canoeing stint on Wast Water, ending with a one mile run.
The entire challenge had to be completed before the moon rose.
The challenge, which took place at the beginning of May, has so far raised £50,000 for Action for Children, one of the UK’s largest children’s charities.
Tim Cook, managing director of Hays, said: “We are particularly pleased so many of our consultants and clients wanted to get involved in such a tough event which was both mentally and physically demanding.”
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