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Recruitment consultants from Cardiff get down and dirty for charity

The Dirty Dozen Race took place on Saturday 11th July in Monmouthshire and the IntaPeople team joined hundreds of enthusiastic racers to take on this challenge. This race consisted of 20 military style obstacles and a 12K run which saw the IntaPeople team get wet, muddy and extremely sweaty, all in the name of charity.

Victoria Wood, South Wales divisional lead, IntaPeople said, “It was a great day despite being tougher than last year. The Dirty Dozen Race was mentally punishing from the moment we set off with so many steep hills to walk, run and climb, especially when the sun was beating down on us.

“Only two of the team completed the monkey bars without falling in the muddy water. I personally struggled with the under-barrel swamp swim, but managed it eventually. We all worked in small teams to ensure everyone crossed the finish line together. It was a really testing challenge but the whole team was spurred on because we were doing it for a very worthwhile cause.”

Velindre Cancer Centre is a specialist cancer treatment centre on the outskirts of Cardiff that provides valuable services to over 1.5 million people. The staff at Velindre carry out ground breaking research and offer exceptional levels of care to patients. Every donation, no matter how small is gratefully received and goes towards funding new research and specialised equipment.

IntaPeople is proud to be able to support and fundraise for such a fantastic local charity and the team have other fundraising events planned for later on in the year including the Cardiff Half Marathon in October.

The IntaPeople team are still accepting donations for Velindre Cancer Centre. You can show your support and find out more by visiting their fundraising page here:


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