Streamline Services Consultancy takes on Essex adventure mud course for disability charity
The philanthropic employees will take part in the Nuclear Rush around Kelvedon Hatch, near Brentwood, Essex, part of the Nuclear Races series, on Sunday 11 May.
The thirteen-strong team from the Loughton, Essex-based business will pass more than 50 natural and man-made obstacles on undulating farmland, rivers, lakes, ditches, woodland and bogs.
Matthew Pask, operations director at Streamline Services Consultancy, said, “We are all excited to be taking part in this event, for which we hope to raise £1,500 for Motability, to support disabled people with their mobility. We feel ready to take on the obstacles along the course, and will work together as a team so that everybody crosses the finish line.”
Anyone who would like to support the group and Motability can visit www.justgiving.com/TeamStreamline to make a donation
Aine Canavan, Corporate Accounts Executive at Motability, said: “We would like to thank everybody at Streamline Services for their fundraising efforts. The Nuclear Rush will be exhilarating, challenging, tough and fun. There are still a few spaces left for those wishing to take part this weekend or for other challenges later in the year, so please do contact us for individual and group entries.
“All funds raised will be used to support disabled people who cannot afford the right car or adaptations for their needs, or to help Motability customers with driving lessons.”