24 Jul 2017
We've committed to raising £5,000 this year for Cancer Research and what better way to do it than risking it all in the Scottish Highlands this coming September?
There are 105 miles to cover in two days and our modes of transport are limited to kayaks, bicycles and our feet.
The Hertfordshire terrain during the summer months is a far cry from the harsh reality of the Scottish Highlands during September, but training must take place if we're to stand any chance of crossing that finish line.
Our team of volunteers have really upped their training regimes in preparation for this epic challenge, adding to their lunch time PT sessions with what looks like an SAS assault course at the weekends.
Is this level of extreme training really necessary?
"Better to be safe than sorry" says our founding director Chris Jackson.
and Dale Swords (Director)
haven't been shy in getting stuck in to training (and mud).
In between photo shoots, Sam McBroom has upped his Rugby activity in preperation.
A closer look at the map shows a break down of the routes challenges
As beautiful as the views are, the difficulty of this 'Coast to Coast
' challenge isn't to be underestimated.
Please help support and motivate our bravely ambitious staff members who have stepped up to the task of raising £5,000 for Cancer Research UK by visiting our JustGiving profile:
From all of us, thank you in advance for your kind donations and support!
(If you're on social media, let us now you've donated so we can personally thank you)
Our story made the local press at The Herts Advertiser
Written by Paul Marks.