A TEAM from Dunfermline Amazon went to great heights to help the Maggie's cancer centre.

Nine workers from the fulfilment centre climbed Mount Snowden for the charity challenge, reaching the peak in just three hours.

They raised £2,792 which will be used to help support people living with cancer, and their loved ones, while allowing the organisation to continue to develop their unique, high-quality programme of support.

One of the intrepid climbers, Phil Hayes, was delighted to have managed the feat.

“It was a great achievement to complete the climb of Mount Snowdon with my team-mates," he said. "Despite some challenges with the weather, we were able to get the job done and raise money for such a worthy cause.

"On behalf of myself and the team, I want to thank our colleagues at Amazon in Dunfermline for their support.”

Adam Kent, from Maggie’s, was grateful for their efforts.

He said: "The team at Maggie’s would like to say a huge thank you to Amazon in Dunfermline for this donation and to the team who took part in the fundraising hike. A massive well done to everyone involved – you should be proud.”

Jamie Strain, general manager at Amazon in Dunfermline, added: “The climb at Mount Snowdon was a brilliant achievement for a charity that supports people across Fife and we are so proud of everyone from Amazon in Dunfermline who took part.”