Mucking in to boost charity
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.
n BARMY ARMY: (From left) Terry Spitz, Lisa Spitz, Robert Pepper and Paul Kaye