Whizzing around an inflatable obstacles course for charity
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A team of go-getting fund raisers have taken on the inflatable Gung-Ho Challenge to raise money for disabled children’s’ charity Whizz-Kidz.
Emma Smith from Manea joined team captain and Whizz-Kidz charity champion Sandra Ramsey for the event.
The crew from Lancaster Toyota Cambridge, part of Jardine Motors Group, put their best feet forwards and tackled the 5k inflatable obstacle course to help the disabled children’s charity continue its vital work in Cambridgeshire.
Between them, Sandra and team mates April Spencer, Nicki Hanby, Carla Fields, Tom Painter, Ben Knights, and Hannah Lewis have nearly £150 to support Whizz-Kidz.
Sandra Ramsey, said: “What started as just a fun way to waste a Saturday turned out to be a really good way to raise some cash for this amazing charity.
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Jardine Motors Group and Whizz-Kidz have been in partnership since 2014, working on a programme of activities that have showcased their passion for fund raising.
Ruth Owen, chief executive of Whizz-Kidz, said: “Everyone at Whizz-Kidz is so grateful for Sandra and her team’s incredible efforts.”
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Whizz-Kidz provides disabled children and young people with vital mobility equipment, opportunities to meet and have fun and training to help them gain skills and look forward to a brighter future.