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Howarth Timber staff reach new heights

Published: 28 August 2013
Howarth Timber Group's staff have successfully taken on Yorkshire's three highest peaks, raising over £5,500 for its partner charity, Caudwell Children.
Howarth Timber staff reach new heights
The team of 33 hardy souls took to the hills to tackle the mighty 26-mile trek, through rough terrain and in seriously challenging weather conditions, including zero visibility, driving sleet and rain. The majority of the team completed the course and achieved a good time.

Caudwell Children, Howarth Timber's chosen charity for 2013, is dedicated to transforming the lives of disabled children and their families across the UK by providing practical and emotional support. The timber and builders merchant has lent its support through a programme of planned fundraising activities throughout the year.

Mark Terry, Howarth Timber's national sales manager, said: "We're absolutely delighted with the way the whole business has got behind our charity efforts this year with Caudwell Children, not least the determined individuals who tackled the daunting three peak challenge. I'd like to take this opportunity to congratulate all who took part and thank everyone who has donated and supported us."

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