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SNAP have charity at heart

A 10,000 ft skydive, the Three Yorkshire Peaks challenge, a colour run, abseiling down the third tallest building in Leeds and a marathon, are just a few of the challenges conquered over the last few months by an account manager at Snap Print Management.

Claire Blythe has raised almost £2,000 for a number of different charities, and next year she will be taking the long haul flight to Africa to embark on her biggest challenge yet, climbing the largest free standing mountain in the world, Kilimanjaro.

And as part of her training for this, she is taking part in the National Three Peaks as a “warm-up” exercise.

Claire said: “The support I have received so far has been nothing short of amazing. I’d encourage anyone thinking about taking part in a challenge to do so, especially if you can help transform the lives of so many.

“I love the personal challenge and fulfilment I get from getting involved and raising money for these worthwhile charities, some of which are very close to my heart.”

Anna Hepton, marketing executive at Snap, said: “We are wishing her all the luck in the world and we can’t wait to celebrate her truly commendable.”

The money raised so far has gone to charities including Breast Cancer Now and British Red Cross.

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