Hun­dreds com­pete in gru­elling Alt­car 10K

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Pic­tures: ROY BE­VAN

Run­ners set­ting off on the Alt­car 10K Chal­lenge 2018, and right, a team cel­e­brate com­plet­ing the chal­lenge

Squadron sup­ported the event, which raised a to­tal of £3,000 for the ABF.This, in turn, sup­ports Sol­diers in need, from World War II vet­er­ans right through to present day sol­diers se­ri­ously in­jured in con­flicts around the world, and also their fam­i­lies.Spe­cial thanks are ex­pressed to all who sup­ported the chal­lenge, many be­ing lo­cal peo­ple, plus many stat­ing they look for­ward to com­pet­ing again next year.

UNDREDS of peo­ple en­joyed tak­ing part in this year’s Alt­car 10K as they raised money for a very wor­thy sol­diers’ char­ity.Last year one of the Alt­car Camp Per­ma­nent Staff, Tony Davies-Musker, who is also a part time Re­servist soldier, thought of an idea to raise funds for The Army Benev­o­lent Fund (ABF) by hold­ing an Alt­car 10K chal­lenge with a route cov­er­ing some of the tough­est parts of the camp.It proved so pop­u­lar that he

Race or­gan­iser Tony DaviesMusker with win­ners Ni­cola Simp­son and Mark Clair

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