News: The Warrior Run 2016

Posted on 3rd February 2016

Calling all Warriors!

 

Burgess Hill Business Parks Association, in association with Heights Gym, Burgess Hill, challenge you to enter the Warrior Run, a 7km mud and obstacle challenge held at Q Leisure, Albourne, Sussex on April 10th 2016.

 

We can guarantee you are going to get wet, muddy and exhausted, but above all we can guarantee it will be great fun. We are calling on companies and organisations within the Business Parks Association to enter a team of say 3-5 people. The challenge is to have fun and raise money for St Peter & St James Hospice as this is one of our association’s main charities. We already have initial interest from Nova Direct Mail, Time24, Ridgeview, PVL, Autowise, Sutton Winson and Heights Gym. We have reserved 50 places to all start together, entries are on a first come, first served basis.

 

Most of the companies already mentioned have committed to paying for the entries of their team at a cost of £43.50 per team member. This is at a discounted rate, negotiated on our behalf by Heights Gym, Burgess Hill. We are asking each team member who has had their entry paid by their company, to donate a minimum of £25 each.

 

If you are not in a position to have your entry paid for you, then you are not expected to make a minimum donation, but whatever you can will also be gratefully received for a fabulous charity. If none of your colleagues want to do it, you may of course, join us as a single entry, and maybe from there you might join a team if you so wish. Basically, the more the merrier, come on and get involved!

 

Please contact either Paul Shearing or Peter Liddell to register interest or for more information as we will shortly be arranging a meeting and presentation to finalise all the details.

Photo courtesy of “Sussex Sport Photography.com”

 

Paul Shearing 07977 760459, email pjs@autowise.co.uk

Peter Liddell 07919 375499, email peter.liddell@bhbpa.co.uk

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