On Saturday 6th August, Styles&Wood colleagues, family and friends took on ‘Total Warrior’ in the Lake District, in aid of Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity, who provide specialist health care services for children and young people throughout the North West, as well as nationally and internationally.

Our brave contenders undertook the gruelling challenge of a 10k run through the valley of Shap combined with 30 challenging obstacles, fire, water, endless hills, rivers and tonnes of mud!

Our team on the day was 34 strong and included Sally-Ann Smith, Rachel Morris, Jade Baskett, Jamie Hunter, James Hibbert, Dave Kilner, Matt Russell, Hardeep Sran, Louise Chell, Sally Moores, Andy Shaw, Sam Edwards, James Kettle, Matthew Simcock, Mike Williams, Eric Mwenza, Stuart Morse, Mark Hakim, Gina Charnock, Alex Hough, Daniel Woodall, Daniel Lomas, Brennand Skinner, Hatham Rahman, Michael McWilliams, Karen Morley, Neil Barrett, Jon Baldwin, Louise Hilton, Nicola Babbs, Stacey Bilous, Lyndsey Bithell, Sian Rigby and Paul Whittle.

Everyone who ran for Styles&Wood completed the course, with Neil and Brennand both finishing in a fantastic time of 1 hour and 26 minutes, and the team placed 27th out of 370; a fantastic achievement.

Well done to all colleagues, family and friends who took part to help us raise funds to make a difference to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity.

It’s not too late to donate to this great cause and it’s quick, simple and easy, just click on our JustGiving Page HERE.

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