An intrepid team of Bravehearts from Currie & Brown’s Glasgow office spent last Saturday (21st June) completing a gruelling trek up and down the glens of Scotland’s Trossachs to raise £2000 for charity.
The team completed a 16 mile walk from Drymen, on the banks of Loch Lomond, to Callander, only to have to jump straight on a bike and cycle another 39 miles in wind and rain, and mostly uphill, to Kenmore.
Iain Wyper, Nicola Giblin, Colin Sunderland, Guy Logan and Derek Goddard set off at 7.15am arriving at the end of the route at 7.15pm.
Team leader Guy Logan said:
"Cycling 39 on the mountainous roads of the Trossachs is hard enough, but after a brisk 16 mile walk it was really challenging. Needless to say, a few beers were required at the other end to revive the team."
The money raised by the team will be distributed to Habitat for Humanity, The Prince’s Trust, The Prince’s Scottish Youth Business Trust and local charity, Place2be.
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For further information please contact: Nicola Giblin, Currie & Brown, Tel +44 (0)141 221 0313, email@example.com
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