Muck­ing in to boost char­ity

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS - By Caitlin Black caitlin.black@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

FIVE brave – or barmy – friends got down and dirty on an ob­sta­cle as­sault course in the mud, rais­ing more than £5,000 for char­ity.

Terry and Lisa Spitz, 43, and 44, of Ni­cholas Way, North­wood, Paul Kaye, 48, of Cres­cent Gar­dens, Eastcote, Will Adams, 29, of Rick­mansworth, and Robert Pep­per, 49, of Pin­ner, put on their best Ly­cra for the mil­i­tary-style as­sault course de­signed to push in­di­vid­u­als to their ab­so­lute limit.

Mr Spitz said: “I am so glad I took part in the event.

“It was great fun, a real chal­lenge with great ca­ma­raderie and all for a great cause.”

Be­tween them the group raised £5,400 for Michael So­bell House Hospice and spe­cial­ist pal­lia­tive care cen­tre at Mount Ver­non Hos­pi­tal, in North­wood.

You can still do­nate to their chal­lenges at www. just­giv­ing.com/PaulRobert-Lisa-and-Ter­rya r e - N u t s / h t t p s : / / w w w. just­giv­ing.com/WilA­dams.

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n BARMY ARMY: (From left) Terry Spitz, Lisa Spitz, Robert Pep­per and Paul Kaye

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