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Primark shop workers from Inverness scaled the heights of Ben Nevis to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support

By Louise Glen

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Colleagues climb Ben Nevis for Macmillan cancer support chairty.
Colleagues climb Ben Nevis for Macmillan cancer support chairty.

Colleagues from an Inverness clothing shop climbed Ben Nevis to raise much needed cash for charity.
The Primark workers completed the climb last Saturday, and so far have raised more than three times its original target for Macmillan Cancer Support.

At the moment the fundraising page shows the team of five has raised £880, with more donations still coming in.

35 people have so far supported the fundraiser, organised by Louise MacDonald titled "Donna, Di, Lou, Lolly and Tasha walk Ben Nevis 4th Sept".

Ms MacDonald told supporters: "Thanks so much for all the donations.

"We have raised £880 so far and we are so close to £1000, so if you can donate even £1 would be greatly appreciated. "

She added: "We did the walk on September 4 and we smashed it. Some bits were tough but we were a great team."

To donate, visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/louisa-macdonald5

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