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Assault Course Challenge in aid of disabled veterans

August 4, 2017qahhNews

_RF_5743Worthing-based charity, The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home, is on the hunt for people to take part in its Assault Course Challenge on Sunday 10 September at Lodge Hill, Pulborough.

Set in stunning woodland in the heart of the South Downs National Park, soldiers will be putting you through your paces over the 5km course, which includes flooded tunnels, smoke bombs, mud, rope climbs, tyre runs, log carries and much more! There’s also a medal for all participants and a trophy for the winning team!

The event is being held to raise money for the charity, which provides nursing, rehabilitation, respite and end-of-life care to disabled ex-Servicemen and women and members of their family.

Event organiser, Samantha Stokes, said, “The assault course promises to be a really fun challenge! You can take part individually, or you can sign up as a team if you’d like to do it with friends or colleagues. All the money raised by the event will help us to provide QAHH residents with the rehabilitation services that they need, like physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy.”

Entry costs just £15 per person, and the charity asks that you try to raise some sponsorship. To sign up, call the QAHH Fundraising Team on 01903 218444. But hurry, you need to register by 1 September!

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