Staff members at THSP Risk Management have spent their May bank holiday weekend taking part in the London 2 Brighton Ultra Challenge, walking to raise money in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
This challenge over rough terrain and winding paths was tackled by eight staff members from THSP, starting off from London’s Richmond Park on Saturday morning. This tough challenge is not for the faint-hearted, but our team of walkers bravely took on this feat.
They met early on Saturday morning to register and get ready for the start of the walk, fresh-faced and with 100km between them and the finish line in Brighton. By the time they took the first step, the team had already raised over £4,000 for GOSH, and step by step they continued to raise more money for this amazing charity.
All our walkers received medals for their hard-work and determination. One of the team received the quarter-challenge medal, five received the half-challenge medal whilst two powered across the finish line after successfully tackling the entire 100km through the heat and thunderstorms of Saturday and Sunday morning.
Our donation page is still open for generous donations to be made to GOSH. This great charity helps sick children and supports their families through difficult times living away from home and each donation is incredibly invaluable. We are aiming to raise £5,000 for GOSH, so please help us to hit this target.
Please visit our just giving donation page here.