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The 3 Peaks Challenge

29 April 2005
The facts

Dear subscribers

As you will know our weekly updates are offered freely as a Veitch Penny service. It is aimed particularly at insurers and local authorities but we are aware that many others have also subscribed. We have pledged that we will not charge or plague you with contacts making use of the database which we have built up from your subscriptions.

However, on this one occasion we are approaching you directly – not for ourselves but for Hospiscare. On 3rd, 4th and 5th June 2005 a team of us will be attempting to climb the three highest peaks in the UK; Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon, within 24 hours. This is a unique challenge, and will certainly test our fitness levels and our ability to work as a team.

We are doing this to raise £2000 for Hospiscare, which is the firm’s Charity of the Year. If you feel that you would like to offer some small contribution please either go to the link www.justgiving.co.uk/veitchpenny or if you prefer, please send cheques made out to Hospiscare to Karen Castle at Veitch Penny.

We would like to thank the following companies for coming on board as our main sponsors. Cable Options www.cableoptions.co.uk, Francis Clark Forensic Accounting www.francisclark.co.uk and 2 Temple Gardens www.2tg.co.uk

Thank you

Mark Fowles
Partner and Head of the Insurance Department

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