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FORMER armed forces staff who are now working for the National Air Traffic Service in Whiteley have been hiking around one of England’s best-known coastlines to raise money for charity.

Three members of the NATS engineering team, Phil Bradshaw, Ross Williams and Jonathan Bromley, joined the Help for Heroes Jurassic Coast Challenge.

They joined 250 other fundraisers in trekking the 22-mile Dorset coastline.

So far, the trio have raised almost £1,000 between them for the charity.

As well as the hike, staff have organised cake sales and quiz nights to bolster the coffers.

Phil Bradshaw said: ‘Help for Heroes is a worthwhile and deserving cause but as ex-RAF, along with Ross Williams, we also have a personal interest in the charity.

‘It’s great to get involved and raise awareness as well as money and the support from NATS colleagues has been outstanding. The trek was a definite success and we look forward to the next challenge we can participate in.’