Ocean team scale three of UK’s highest peaks in 24 hours for charity


Three adventurous men from Ocean Telecom have raised £3540 by scaling the UK’s three highest mountains in under 24 hours.

Jeremy Rose, Sean Bolas and Robin Talbot who all work together at the telecoms firm on Maesbury Road Industrial Estate took on the Three Peaks challenge for The Movement Centre charity in Oswestry.

They were joined by colleagues Darren Lavender and Simon Calloway who volunteered to drive the long miles between each mountain.

Victoria Handbury-Madin, head of fundraising and marketing at The Movement Centre said: “Completing the Three Peaks Challenge is a fantastic achievement, one that the team from Ocean Telecom took on with amazing enthusiasm. The Movement Centre are delighted to be Ocean Telecom’s Charity Partner and we are extremely grateful for their fantastic support. As a charity, we rely on the kind support of donors and fundraisers, which is why the funds raised through the challenge will make such a difference to our work with children with movement disabilities.”

To donate to the fundraising effort, visit: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/jeremy-rose3

Image caption: From left Curtis Langley from The Movement Centre is presented a cheque by Jeremy Rose, managing director at Ocean Telecom with colleagues Simon Calloway, Sean Bolas and Robin Talbot.

  • Published on 13th July 2018