Sheffield duo climb to great heights for charity

Benjamin Sorsby and Jarrad Kitson who climbed the UK's highest mountain to help raise over �80,000 for Help the Hospices.
Benjamin Sorsby and Jarrad Kitson who climbed the UK's highest mountain to help raise over �80,000 for Help the Hospices.
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Caring Sheffield employees Jarrad Kitson and Benjamin Sorsby are among almost 90 Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank workers who successfully climbed the UK’s highest mountain to raise cash for charity.

The active duo completed the ‘Trek the Ben’ fundraising challenge by climbing Ben Nevis, along with 87 fellow employees, to help raise more than £80,000 for the Help the Hospices charity.

During the eight-hour expedition, the group tackled rough terrain, steep climbs and snowy ground before crossing the boulder field to the summit.

Help the Hospices supports the work of more than 200 hospices across the country that provide vital care for people with terminal illnesses and life-limiting conditions.