Nine colleagues from leading KBB distributor PJH dusted off their walking boots and woolly hats in preparation for a challenging hike to the summit of Mount Snowdon in Snowdonia, North Wales, raising an incredible £2,773 for PJH’s chosen charity, Macmillan Cancer Support.

Rob Brooks, Kim Cooper, Sally Hough, Julie Lockwood, Rob McKie, Tanna Molyneux, Tara Morrison, Ian Parkinson and Carl Wheatley from PJH’s marketing & product team, trekked an impressive 15 kms, via the Llanberis path, taking eight hours to complete – smashing their original £800 target by a staggering 347%!

Despite dense fog and poor visibility on the ascent, spirits were high as the team tackled the long, steep path to the top of Yr Wyddfa (Mount Snowdon), the highest mountain in the British Isles outside of the Scottish Highlands. Fortunately, the fog lifted at the 3,560 ft summit, revealing beautiful blue skies and spectacular views across the Snowdonia National Park!

Kim Cooper, PJH’s Head of Marketing & Product, said: “We are delighted to have raised so much money through this latest PJH employee fundraiser for Macmillan. The hike up to the summit and back had its challenges, but team spirit was high and ‘Together we’re better’! The Macmillan charity is such an amazing organisation that makes a huge difference in the lives of millions of people affected by cancer, and we are pleased to add to our fundraising pot – which has a target of £10,000 that PJH pledges to double as soon as we reach it!”

Throughout the last year, PJH colleagues have organised a huge variety of fundraising activities, from ‘Three Peaks’ climbs to bake sales and football tournaments to fun days, with great determination to meet the £10k goal whilst also communicating the incredibly important work Macmillan Cancer Support does.

If you would like to add to the PJH Marketing & Product Team Snowdon fundraiser, please click the JustGiving link below to make a donation, however big or small:

For further information on Macmillan Cancer Care, visit, and for PJH, visit , or call, T: 0800 8 77 88 99.