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Harold Hill firm Utilize takes three peaks challenge for Haven House Children’s Hospice, Woodford Green

PUBLISHED: 09:45 19 July 2012

(L-R) Guy Hocking, Warren Davies, Sam Gillon and Damian Coates of Romford IT firm Utilize, who completed the three peaks challenge for Haven House Children's Hospice, pictured on Ben Nevis

(L-R) Guy Hocking, Warren Davies, Sam Gillon and Damian Coates of Romford IT firm Utilize, who completed the three peaks challenge for Haven House Children's Hospice, pictured on Ben Nevis

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Four Harold Hill IT heads conquered the tallest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales in 24 hours over the weekend – and raised thousands of pounds for a local charity.

Sam Gillon, Damian Coates, Guy Hocking and Warren Davies of Langley Close firm Utilize took the “three peaks” challenge for Haven House Children’s Hospice in Woodford Green, and have already passed the £6,500 mark.

After six months of training, the team tackled Scafell Pike in the Lake District, Ben Nevis in Scotland and Snowdon in Wales, climbing through the night to complete the hike in 23 hours and 11 minutes.


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