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Cold turkey for Bernard Matthews managers on Mount Kilimanjaro charity trek

23 February 2012 by
Cold turkey for Bernard Matthews managers on Mount Kilimanjaro charity trek

Two managers from turkey supplier Bernard Matthews Foodservice](http://www.bernardmatthews) have conquered Mount Kilimanjaro - Africa's highest mountain - to raise money for local charities.

According to general manager Duncan Marsh and national account manager Chris Walkden, the six-day trek to the top of the 19,341ft snow-capped peak involved "an energy-sapping, lung-busting, motivation-draining five-hour climb up to the crater rim".

Nevertheless, national account manager Chris Walkden said the amazing views and the achievement of raising nearly £4,000 for the Heart of Kent Hospice and the Ty Hafan Family Hospice for Young Lives ‘made it all worthwhile'.

By Angela Frewin

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