July 1, 2015   |   Jack Taylor

Total Warrior Challenge

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Petty’s Conquer the Total Warrior Challenge

Our brave team of 17 relocation experts have successfully taken on and completed the Total Warrior Challenge, raising £1,500 for Pendleside Hospice.

It certainly wasn’t a challenge for the faint hearted with the team tackling a 12k long course, battling with mud, ice, water and fire to reach the finish line. The Total Warrior Challenge is known for its challenging courses, with 30 tough obstacles to overcome, including the human BBQ, warrior crawl and Death Valley, made only for the brave.

Our very own Ian Bythell said; “The Total Warrior Challenge certainly lived up to its name, honestly being one of the most challenging things we’ve ever undertaken. It was certainly an experience, but I’m so proud of the team who battled the elements all the way to the end, all in aid of charity.”

Completing the course was a huge challenge for the team, but they persevered right until the end, being rewarded with a cool refreshing beer at the finish line. Their incredible efforts have ensured £1,500 was raised for Pendleside Hospice who rely solely on donations and fundraising to continue its care and support.

Christina Cope, fundraising manager at Pendleside Hospice said; “We are so very grateful for all the hard work the Petty’s team have put in raising an incredible amount for us. Donations like this are so vital to keeping our services going and we couldn’t be happier that they chose to take on this challenge on our behalf.”

For more information about the Petty’s team challenge or to stilldonate please visit www.justgiving.com/Pettys-Total-Warrior

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