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£2,118raised of £3,000 target by 33 supporters

    Weʼve raised £2,118 to raise funds to support our community. To get the equipment they need and want to develop their training, 'worms' and assault runners

    Funded on Saturday, 6th October 2018

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    CrossFit Nottingham

    It is like no other.

    The high fives shared.

    The cheers shouted.

    The support given.

    The Box is a place for all of us, it's not just a gym, it is a Community.

    Just over a month ago we set up a Just Giving page to get help us all. We were overwhelmed with the comments made when we made a suggestion about a Just Giving page. The page was designed to raise funds for us to help each other, for us to come together as a community. And a community we are.

    At the present moment the page has raised just over £1,000. We could not imagine being at this point a month ago, so for this we thank you.

    We wish to inform you that from this we have enough to purchase not 1 but 2 worms. The Worms will be personalized to CrossFit Nottingham. And in speaking to the company creating them, chances are they may be here by the end of the month!

    The initial target was to raise enough funds to purchase worms, however the sourcing of the Worms lead us to an independent company that creates custom Worms, we felt this was the best route. With us being a small business we are always keen to help others on their path too.

    Our plan is to keep the Just Giving page open and keep the same target but we will now shift our focus to Assault Runners.

    Why Worms & Assault Runners?

    These are all suggestions made by you.

    Tribal Clash is always, undoubtedly a popular competition, and without a doubt The Worm features. We want to give you that quality training that gets you to where you want to be.

    Assault Runners: not only are they a GRIM piece of kit, they are pretty damn awesome. They are starting to creep into a lot of competitions and becoming very popular among training programmes.

    We want to give you the best training experience and with the additions of these along side the amazing coaches, programme and incredible atmosphere CrossFit Nottingham has, we will be a true force to reckon with.

    We are CrossFit Nottingham



    • Katie Ward6 months ago
      Katie Ward

      Katie Ward

      6 months ago

      We cannot thank you enough for the support received so far! We are happy to give you a few updates as to where we are at with the fundraising... we have two worms on the way!

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    7 months ago

    Katie Ward started crowdfunding

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    Page last updated on: 8/15/2018 9:09 AM



    • The Watson family

      The Watson family

      Aug 15, 2018

      5 years ago CFN led by Katie and Andy raised funds to buy a sports adapted prosthetic leg for our son Luke. It changed his life, we will always be grateful and never forget your kindness

    • Caroline Wilkins

      Caroline Wilkins

      Jun 18, 2018

      Love this so much!

    • Christmans


      Jun 17, 2018

      It was all fun and games till you said Assault Runner 😣

    • Anonymous


      Jun 13, 2018

    • Jo Boylan-Kemp

      Jo Boylan-Kemp

      Jun 10, 2018


    • Helen Cross

      Helen Cross

      May 31, 2018


    • Mary Demir-Wong

      Mary Demir-Wong

      May 31, 2018

      Hope this helps a bit! X


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