Weʼve raised £175 to go towards purchasing electronic training equipment for BTS Southampton.
- Southampton, United Kingdom
- Children and youth
- Time left
- Funded on Tuesday, 10th October 2017
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BTS is a children's sport Taekwondo club who train in Millbrook, Southampton. Our Junior and Senior squad are hoping (with your help) to raise an ambitious £500 towards the BTS Team Fund by completing the Ridge Runner 10K cross country obstacle course on 30th September 2017. They will have to run, climb and swim their way round the course. Obstacles included a variety of climbing walls and fences, crossing the lake, a ridge swamp, water slide, monkey bars, monkey rings, cargo nets, It will be a tough challenge and looking at recent weather the course is likely to be caked in mud!
BTS provides a disciplined, safe environment for children of all ages and abilities to train in WTF Olympic style Taekwondo, and is the only recognised Great Britain Talent Club in Hampshire county. Unfortunately, being a Talent Club does not mean we get funding, so we carry out a number of fundraising activities throughout the year to support the club fund.
We are currently raising money towards the purchase of essential electronic training equipment which all together costs thousands of pounds.
Many thanks for your support.
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Sep 30, 2017
Good luck Wills, love Jane,Ella &Ollie x
Sep 29, 2017
Good luck to you all!
Sep 28, 2017
Good luck Wills from Nan
Sep 28, 2017
Good luck Wills and all of you.
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Sep 16, 2017
10km!! Gotta watch this 😁
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