Raise money for AITC in a unique obstacle course
Brighton & Hove Albion fans are being encouraged to take part in a mud-drenched challenge event and help raise money for Albion in the Community (AITC).
The Warrior Run is known as the toughest obstacle course in the south and takes place in the West Sussex countryside, six miles north of Brighton on Sunday 10th April.
Held over seven kilometres, the event will see any competitors brave enough to sign up faced with more than 50 obstacles, with runners challenged to crawl through nets, climb walls, smash through swamps, throw themselves over dirt mounds and splash through the ditches and streams that make up the course.
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Lloyd and Ross Peacock are the men behind the event and, as Brighton fans, were keen to support the charity by making it Warrior Run’s official partner for this year.
As an extra incentive to Albion fans, anyone signing up through AITC can benefit from a reduced entry fee of just £20 (with a £50 fundraising target) or £50 for anyone who doesn’t want to raise sponsorship.
Money raised will help fund AITC’s award-winning disability sport programme which helps people across Sussex take part in regular sport.
To take advantage of the AITC offer, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01273 878246.
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