Vision Care for Homeless People’s General Manager, David Brown, got stuck into some fundraising to celebrate his first year at the charity.
With his two sons, Edward and Will (middle), David raised more than £1,000 by completing the gruelling Commando course at Hever Castle in Kent. It got rather cold towards the end because the obstacles had filled up with water, so what was supposed to be waist deep had become total submersion.
“Organised by the Royal Marines, the course was 6km long and had 15 obstacles taken from the Royal Marines Endurance, Assault and Tarzan courses. It was great fun, albeit cold and wet. The mud and water was made deeper and muddier by constant rain. We had a brilliant time! It was also a great way to put the charity into the limelight with another group of people,” said David.
There is still time to add to his sponsorship: click here.
Thank you to Peachysnaps for the photo.