A team of staff from Cameron Homes raised more than £3,000 for charity by wading through mud, crawling through fire pits and swimming through open water.
The employees of Cameron’s Central Region and head office, based in Chasetown, took part in an X Runner event recently, described as the ‘ultimate adult obstacle course’.
Adam Routley, senior technical coordinator of Cameron, explained that the course also included four metre freefalls, monkey bars and 5/10km runs.
“We really put our necks on the line in the name of fundraising but it was well worth it as we have collected a grand total of £3,036 for the ‘Let us Play’ charity,” he said.
“It was a very challenging event which stretched us to the limits but we all enjoyed it and are very grateful to all our colleagues, friends and family who sponsored to so generously.”
The charity provides sports, arts, play and outings for children with special needs and disabilities in Wolverhampton and the surrounding areas.