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Could you take on the Hudson Group challenge and raise money for hospice?

PUBLISHED: 12:05 19 June 2018

The Hudson Group is challenging other local businesses to take part in a day of fun and fundraising on tthe water, at Alton Water, on September 1, in support of St Elizabeth Hospice and Elmer's Big Parade, Suffolk
Challenge Team Hudson takes part at the Aqua Park Assault Course

The Hudson Group is challenging other local businesses to take part in a day of fun and fundraising on tthe water, at Alton Water, on September 1, in support of St Elizabeth Hospice and Elmer's Big Parade, Suffolk Challenge Team Hudson takes part at the Aqua Park Assault Course

Tina Lockwood

Suffolk-based The Hudson Group has thrown down a challenge to other local businesses to join them in a day of fun, and fundraising, at Alton Water this summer.

The Hudson Group is organising a day of competition, and networking, on the aqua assault course at Alton Water on September 1, with entry fees and sponsorship in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice.

Companies are being invited to put together teams of eight for the day, and enter the competition.

A spokesman said it would be a great day for business networking and team building.

There are entry fees and teams are also expected to raise a minimum of £300 for charity.

Wet suits and life jackets are provided for the wet and wild event, in aid of the Elmer’s Big Parade appeal.

More details are available from Joanna Day at the Hudson Group on 01449 723346 or email jo@hudsongroupltd.co.uk

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