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KM Assault Course Charity Challenge at Betteshanger Country Park now open for booking

By Liz Nicholls

Tackle tunnels, a tyre wall, rope walk and more at the popular KM Assault Course Challenge which is now open for booking.

Participants will raise funds for causes all over Kent at the KM Assault Course Challenge staged in October at the MY/PT army assault course within Betteshanger Park near Deal.

The event, organised by the KM Group’s charity department in partnership with MY/PT who run the obstacle course, is being staged on Sunday, October 8.

Groups of six will use teamwork to overcome more than 20 fun challenges to raise money for their favourite charity.

Prizes will be given to the team with the best fancy dress outfits.

Event organisers say there is no prize for fastest team as it is not a race but course times will be published for competitors who wish to achieve a personal best. Participants must be at least 14 years old.

Stu Strelow of MY/PT said: “We have 27 acres of obstacles ranging from low level trim trail all the way through to military style obstacles. We are continually adding obstacles to the course, especially when it comes to the charity event. We’ll have loads of new obstacles by then.”

Dominic Comins of the KM Charity Team said: “This is lots of fun for most ages and abilities and a great team building event. Tickets are already selling fast so don’t delay in booking your place and why not start gathering sponsorship for a cause close to your heart?”

The event will be staged at MY/PT located at Betteshanger Country Park near Deal.

Book a team of up to six at www.kmcharitychallenge.co.uk or click this link HERE and use the online booking code KMNEWS17 for a £10 discount.

 

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