Boxes and Packaging Manchester complete National Three Peak Challenge

15 Jun 2013

Fourteen employees from the Boxes and Packaging Manchester team have recently completed the National Three Peaks Challenge raising over £2,140 for The Christie and St Anne’s Hospices in Stockport.

The Three Peaks Challenge involves climbing the three highest peaks in England, Wales and Scotland – Scafell Pike, Snowdon and Ben Nevis, within a 24 hour period. This was a combined total of 3,407 metres! The challenge was to climb Ben Nevis, Sca Fell and Snowdon one after the other which incorporated driving 1000 miles in a mini bus.

Managing Director, Gary Hargreaves, said: “I think the challenge was a great way for the team to come together for a great cause. It was hard work, but the team spirit got us all through and made it a really enjoyable experience all round. So much so, that we have recently completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge to keep us in training for next year!”

The team consisted of (L-R) Contract Electrician, Matt Stephenson; Machine Operative, Paul Waugh; Sales Account Manager, (hidden) Paul Hampson; Production Manager, Chris Brown; Estimator, Phil Connolly; FLT, Sean Cosgrove; Designer, Paul Barnes; Supervisor, Mark Deer; Contract Electrician, Mark Adams; Sales Account Manager, Paul Fernley; Managing Director, Gary Hargreaves and Machine Operative, Giuseppe Guzzi.

0 comments on “Boxes and Packaging Manchester complete National Three Peak ChallengeAdd yours →

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *