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Now for summits completely different

ARGYLL-BASED seafood producer Loch Fyne Oysters is set to scale new heights.

Next Friday, August 12, the Loch Fyne Oysters challenge team will take on the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales in the national Three Peaks Challenge.

In 24 hours, and without any sleep, the team will climb Mount Snowdon in Wales (1,085m), Scafell Pike, in England (978m) and Ben Nevis (1,345m) to raise funds for The Pink Ladies Day, Argyll. The group will have to complete Ben Nevis in five hours, Scafell Pike in four hours and Snowdon in four hours, allowing for 11 hours driving time.

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