Fundraisers from a Bath project management company have been climbing hills in aid of charity.
Staff from Senergy, in Gay Street, have climbed the equivalent of Mount Everest to raise money for the Forever Friends Appeal at the RUH.
The team took on the international company initiative Sportober, which challenged staff at branches across the world to do something sporty for charity.
After climbing hills around Bath in October, the total combined distance they covered topped the 29,000ft mark. The firm itself has also donated money.
Peter Larkin, from Senergy Bath, said: “We are raising money for a fantastic local cause. It has been a real challenge and something the whole office has enjoyed taking part in.”