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Fundraising for PDSA

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  • Team members: Twenty Four members of WISG
  • Event: Nuclear Rush, 14 May 2016

PDSA

We offer professional veterinary services to pets and owners in need across the UK

Charity Registration No. 208217 & SC037585

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Twenty three members of the dedicated Windsor Integrated Services Team, will be taking part in the 6k Nuclear Rush assault course on the 14th May 2016.

Nuclear Rush is an ultra-gritty, properly muddy, obstacle-loaded assault course designed to challenge and test every ability of fitness on fast paced, flowing, punishing courses over epic natural, varied terrain. This challenge is a fantastic team building event and gives us a chance to raise money for the amazing PDSA.

The PDSA were founded in 1917 and are the UK's leading Veterinary Charity. They provide free veterinary care to the sick and injured pets of people in need and promote responsible pet ownership.

Who's Brave Enough ?

Tony Windsor, Nick Mayhew, Faye Windsor, Ilona Dixon, Dean Newton, Colin Burton, Victoria Northover, Vicky Muirhead, Stacey Nathan, Jamie Letch, Jon Letch, Kim Vince, Rebecca Henry Brown, Claire Stott, Will Gannaway, Elizabeth Grainger, Claire Ball, Francesca Petruccio, Jim O'Neil, Russel Hulbert, Brad Graves, Sian Fry, Megan Robson and Emma Garner.

All of the above have agreed to give the course a go and need your sponsors! We promise we will all have fun and get as muddy as possible.

Please donate, the whole team at WISG would really appreciate your help.

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