Sutton and East Surrey worker scales six peaks for water charity
7:00am Sunday 22nd July 2012 in News
A man scaled six mountains in three days to raise money for a clean water project in Bangladesh.
Jeremy Heath, from Sutton and East Surrey Water, travelled cross-country to climb the highest mountains in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Ireland and the Isle of Man in under 72 hours – ascending nearly 20,000 ft and walking more than 50 miles.
He was part of the Six Peaks for Bangladesh team with members from across the water industry, that is looking to raise more than £10,000 to support WaterAid projects in the developing country.