Weʼve raised £150 to help fund our club to compete as England in the World Tug of War Championships in Cape Town South Africa Sept 2018.
- Bristol, UK
- Funded on Monday, 22nd October 2018
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🏴 Please Help us raise funds to compete as England at the 2018 World Outdoor Tug of War Championships in Cape Town South Africa September 2018. We are very fortunate to be able to represent our country at our chosen sport. We are all self funded throughout the year and the additional costs of World and European Championships does disadvantaged us on for filling our rewards of hard training and discipline. Our National Governing Body isn’t in the position that it used to be years ago, where they were able to support each team with a financial offering which used to go a long way to pay for accommodation, flights and even a pullers sports clothing. Last year we managed to secure a gold medal as England in the British and Irish Championships which was a first for many of the younger pullers of our team as well as the older pullers who have been at out sport for a long time. Please help us try and achieve our latest goal of representing England at the world championships in South Africa. Please give what you can, we hugely appreciate your support in helping us achieve our goals.🇿🇦
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Felton Eccles ToW Club are an amateur club from south west of England. Established in 1947 and have held several titles as high as World honours. We are well respected in the tug of war community and wish to make both our sport and club sustainable for future generations.