Muddy way to help good causes

Kent Messenger Maidstone - - FRONT PAGE -

Char­ity cham­pi­ons from Maid­stone jumped, climbed and splashed their way to suc­cess at the KM As­sault Course Chal­lenge .

Gold­ing Homes’ Go Hard team were se­cond fastest tak­ing just 13 min­utes 21 sec­onds. The Hypo Hounds squad were top fundrais- ers col­lect­ing £1,185 to train di­a­betic alert dogs.

Hosts MY/PT upped the ante with a tougher course in­clud­ing rope swing, wa­ter jump, tun­nels, trenches and plenty of wa­ter and mud.

Or­gan­ised by the KM Group’s char­ity depart­ment and staged at Bette­shanger Coun­try Park, near Deal, the day at­tracted 20 teams and raised £6,000 for 14 good causes in­clud­ing Kent Air Am­bu­lance, Vic­tim Sup­port, and Porch­light.

The Hypo Hounds team

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