A CLOTHING company is tackling an Olympic feat to raise money for a charity.
Cardiff-based Peacocks, which owns Grange Moor firm Bon Marché, wants to raise £1m for National Children's Homes.
The campaign coincides with the real Olympics in Athens, which start today.
From today until August 29, Peacocks customers will be able to get Olympic-themed pin badges for a gift of £1.
They will also be entered into a free prize draw for a family holiday for four to Greece, one of three digital cameras or Peacock's gift vouchers.
From August 19 to the 21st, Peacocks staff will have to run or walk on the spot in their store, with each store aiming to cover 30 miles.
This equals the distance of the Olympic flame's journey through London.