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Volunteers have raised £250,000 for the charity WaterAid by climbing all 296 of the UK's Munros - mountains topping 3,000ft. Over 2,700 people took part in the challenge last weekend. Teams from WaterAid, Scottish Water, each of the water companies in England and Wales, Water Service in Northern Ireland, the Environment Agency and the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency were among the 540 teams taking part. Pictured are Innes Petrie (Scottish Water), Stephen Dennis (Flow Control), ...

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