Acton business Precision Made Joinery raring to go on Whole Hog Race mud run in hopes of raising £1,500 for West Suffolk Hospital
Staff at a small Acton business are hopeful of raising £1,500 for a children’s hospital ward, when they take on a five-mile mud run and obstacle course in Suffolk later this year.
Precision Made Joinery, based on the Inca Business Park in Melford Road, has launched an appeal ahead of appearing at the Whole Hog Race in Woodbridge in October.
The company – run by directors Craig Green and Scott Grimwood – is seeking donations for the MyWish charity, to support the Rainbow ward at West Suffolk Hospital.
Nadia Kingston, one of the employees taking part, said: “The majority of us have young children, so as the Rainbow Unit needs funding, we decided that would be the charity.
“Everyone is looking forward to it and we all know it’s going to be a laugh.
“The directors create a really friendly environment and we all get on really well, so we will all be pushing each other along.”
If you would like to donate, go to www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Precision-Made-Joinery.
More by this authorThomas Malina
This website and its associated newspaper are members of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO)