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Sheffield bank workers in charity Ben Nevis climb

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Employees from Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks are climbing the UK’s highest mountain to raise money for Help the Hospices.

A group of 93 staff, including two from Sheffield, will take part in the Trek the Ben challenge to climb Ben Nevis on September 5.

Benjamin Sorsby, aged 36, the manager of the Darnall branch of Yorkshire Bank, is part of the team taking part.

He said: “It’s great to be setting off to climb Ben Nevis alongside my colleagues for the benefit of an extremely worthwhile cause.

“I have no doubt it will be a fantastic experience and I’m hoping to raise much-needed funds for Help the Hospices at the same time.”

The team is hoping to raise more than £60,000, with the banks matching their employees’ fundraising donations.

 

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