Lawyers put best feet forward in TRYathlon Challenge for Macmillan
Brachers staff embark on
the last leg of their TRYathlon Challenge for Macmillan at Bewl
Energetic staff from Brachers have raised £9,000 for
Macmillan Cancer Support (Kent) with impressive feats of
swimming, cycling and walking.
Between them, they swam 21 miles
(equivalent to crossing the Channel), cycled 1,424 miles (the
distance between London and Olympia in Greece), and walked 874
miles (the distance from Land's End to John O'Groats).
The TRYathlon Challenge was
undertaken over six days, ending with a walk by nearly half the
workforce around Bewl Water.
Brachers' CEO Philip Cunningham
said: "Staff really got behind the idea, had a lot of fun and in
the process raised a fantastic amount of money for Macmallian. It’s
been excellent to see everyone working towards a common goal and
has been great for staff morale."
Moira Mitchell, Kent fundraising
manager for Macmillan - Brachers' charity of the year - added:
"When Brachers came up with the TRYathlon idea we thought it was
really ambitious. The fact that they managed to complete all the
mileage requirements and raise as much money as they have is a real
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