ALARM workers have conquered the UK’s toughest walking challenge to boost charity.
Staff at Berry Brow’s Carlton Alarms, from left, James Littleford, Tom Choma, Matthew Wilson and Carlton Littleford, took on the national Three Peaks walk.
The popular charity challenge demands walkers climb Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough in less than 24 hours.
A total of 48 teams took part and Carlton Alarms came first with a total time of 20 hours, 28 minutes.
The Berry Brow workers raised more than £1,000 for Action Medical Research, a charity dedicated to helping babies and children.