Focus Insolvency Group complete 5K mud run in aid of Derian House Children’s Hospice
Focus Insolvency Group are proud to announce that nine of our team competed in the X-runner Wild Thing mud run and obstacle course on Sunday 23rd September raising an impressive £530 so far, for our charity of the year; Derian House Children’s Hospice.
The team are delighted to repeat the success they had raising money for Derian House back in May when four members ran in the Bupa Great Manchester Run for which they raised a massive £645.
Derian House provides care and assistance to terminally ill children and their families, ensuring that they are able to lead as normal a life as possible during their illness, Focus Insolvency Group are honoured to support such a worthwhile cause within the local community.
Wild Thing obstacle race has been hailed as one of the toughest challenges in the race calendar and was completed byAnthony Fisher, Emma Fisher, Andy Platt, David Bottomley, Jean Bottomley, Frank Spear, Anne Whittle, Angela Rosler and Michelle Corcorn who all posted impressive times.
Our online Just Giving Derian House sponsorship page is still open if you would like to help us support Derian House.
Anthony Fisher, Managing Director at Focus Insolvency group commented on the event:
“It was a good fun day, enjoyed by all but a hard challenge to complete and all staff had put a lot of preparatory work into getting fit and ready for the event. Luckily the rain held off on the day and much needed money was raised for our charity. We are now in planning for our next event, but we’ll leave the mud running behind for the winter.”