BAINES WILSON has a team of eight staff taking on the 10in10 – climbing ten Lake District mountains in ten hours to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis.
The challenge is 16.1 miles (25.9 kilometres) long and tackles 6,709 feet (2045 metres) in height.
The 10in10 is an annual walking challenge created by Yvonne Booth, from Keswick. She started the event in 2011 in response to her husband Duncan’s diagnosis with the debilitating disease. Every year 400 people take part in the event which has raised £169,000 over the years for research into Multiple Sclerosis.