Frago Hikers Raise Money for Macmillan Cancer Support

4th September 2018

On the 28 July, some very brave Fragomen employees from the London and Sheffield offices did a mighty 26.

2 mile hike through the stunning, yet very gruelling Peak District, located around 10 miles from the Sheffield office. The Team hiked in aid of our chosen charity for 2018, Macmillan Cancer Support raising an astonishing £7,061.22 raised by a whole host of fundraising ideas including creating an office 'Tuck Shop', photo shoots, a World Cup sweepstake and of course asking for donations from family, friends and fellow Fragomen colleagues—thankyou to all who donated! Despite the distance and challenging terrain, the Mighty Frago Hikers battled through—it was all worth it for such a good cause, and to put our feet up for a well deserved rest at the end! Thankyou to our Frago-Hikers: Emma Bartholomew, Ian Bell, Rachael Daffern, Jennifer Fackelman, Sara Fekete, Jane Goddard, Nadine Goldfoot, Emma Goldthorpe, Kathryn Hamill, Heather Harmsworth, Joseph Houlden, Rebecca Kilvington, Varki K'Rajah, David Lomas, Ben Morgan, Emil Radev, Rachael Rae, Charlotte Roberts, Frida Sakaj, Sian Saunby, Sarah Sommerville, Sophie Staunton, Clive Summerfield, Adam Thomas, Nigel Trevelyan and Tracy Trevelyan.

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