A team from Vestas' Isle of Wight blade manufacturing plant have completed a successful challenge for charity.

In the run-up to World Mental Health Day in October, the trio climbed the highest mountains in England, Wales and Scotland to raise awareness of the importance of mental health and support local charity Solent Mind.

Intrepid Blades UK trio James Luter, Sam Robinson and Justin Morgan stuck to the task despite the typically British cold and wet weather to reach the tops of Scafell Pike in England, Snowdon in Wales and Ben Nevis in Scotland on three consecutive days.

Thanks to the generosity of friends, family and colleagues they smashed their fundraising target of £1,500 to raise over £3,000.

Technical support manager Sam Robinson said: “It was a privilege to complete the event and raise money for Solent Mind, but it was also a real challenge.

"We had really poor weather for the first two climbs, with high winds and driving rain.

"However, we had a great team spirit to help each other to the summits and down again.

"By the third day we were quite sore, but clear blue skies finally rewarded us with absolutely stunning views of north Wales from the top of Snowdon.”