Emily Scott, Administrator at Origin 3 has walked her way to winning an extra day’s holiday for 2018.

Emily, along with other employees from Origin 3 took part in the 15 Day Walking Challenge. The challenge, which commenced on 3rd April was to see who could accumulate the most steps over the 15 days, in the allocated 10 mins, during their lunch.

Emily, who clocked up an amazing 18,888 steps was closely followed by Sherry, who wasn’t far behind with 18,555 and Jawwad finishing 3rd with 17,635.

Emily commented: “It was so close, I was lucky to win! I will enjoy my extra day’s holiday, probably in the summer.”

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