Muddy way to help good causes
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