Last year intrepid employees at Bristol Water took on the Glastonbury Challenge and walked 30 miles in support of WaterAid, the charity dedicated to improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation across the globe.
The trek from our head office in Bedminster Down to Glastonbury Tor raise £13,000. As well as individual donations, we were grateful to receive sponsorship from the business community.
The challenge highlighted the daily plight of millions of people who are forced to walk long distances each day to collect water.
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