St Albans business gets muddy for charity

PUBLISHED: 09:05 01 September 2019

St Albans business Blanco UK are taking part in a Mud Pack Challenge. Picture: Hospice of St Francis

St Albans business Blanco UK are taking part in a Mud Pack Challenge. Picture: Hospice of St Francis

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Staff at a kitchen sink and tap manufacturer in Colney Street are taking part in this year’s Mud Pack Challenge.

St Albans business Blanco UK are taking part in a Mud Pack Challenge. Picture: Hospice of St FrancisSt Albans business Blanco UK are taking part in a Mud Pack Challenge. Picture: Hospice of St Francis

The 23 employees from Blanco UK will take on the challenge on Sunday, October 13.

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Mud Pack is held on the grounds of Ashridge House near Berkhamsted, and involves tackling a five or 10-mile muddy obstacle course as a team. All money raised goes towards the Hospice of St Francis, who provide support to those dealing with serious illnesses.

Managing director Simon Hart said: "Blanco UK are proud and excited to be taking part in Mud Pack this October in support of the Hospice and the life-changing work they do.

St Albans business Blanco UK are taking part in a Mud Pack Challenge. Picture: Hospice of St FrancisSt Albans business Blanco UK are taking part in a Mud Pack Challenge. Picture: Hospice of St Francis

"We believe it is hugely important to support local charities that provide outstanding care, helping people cope through very difficult times."

To participate go to www.stfrancis.org.uk/mudpack or call 01442 859555.


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