Couple put fears to one side to climb UK's highest mountain

Couple put fears to one side to climb UK's highest mountain

Couple put fears to one side to climb UK's highest mountain

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A COUPLE put their fears to one side to climb the UK’s highest mountain for charity.

Patricia and Michael Taylor both work at Morrisons in Corringham.

They embarked on the Ben Nevis climb in Scotland to celebrate Mrs Taylor’s 60th birthday.

They also raised £180 for a charitable project organised by Morrisons, in partnership with Sue Ryder, which helps people at the end of their lives and their families.

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12:24pm Wed 27 Aug 14

SWH says...

Good for them.
But they put aside their fears of what, exactly? If you're going to write an article, you should at least finish it.
Good for them. But they put aside their fears of what, exactly? If you're going to write an article, you should at least finish it. SWH
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3:48pm Wed 27 Aug 14

cynic all says...

Buttercups was it Buttercups I ask myself .
Buttercups was it Buttercups I ask myself . cynic all
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