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Women conquer Corbett, Ben Cleuch for charity

Posted 7 July 2011
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Women conquer Corbett, Ben Cleuch for charity
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Two ladies who are members of Active Stirling climbed the Corbett, Ben Cleuch in aid of charity recently, it has been reported.

According to the Stirling Observer, Jacqueline Ferguson and Raija Darley, who are walking network volunteers at the organisation, laced up their hiking boots and reached the summit of the hill to raise £750 for WaterAid.

They were part of a five-strong team featuring participants from the US, Canada and England.

Ms Ferguson told the newspaper that while the excursion was more challenging than what she is used to, she was pleased to pull on her hiking boots and take part in the event.

"We were delighted to be in the position to join a team of friends, bite the bullet and climb a hill for a very good cause," she added.

Ben Cleuch is the highest of the rolling Ochil Hills which lie to the north-east of Stirling and is popular with walkers.