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Nantwich firm team up for Tough Mudder fund-raising challenge

Nantwich firm team up for Tough Mudder fund-raising challenge

A Nantwich electronic component firm has helped raise almost £500 for a hospice by tackling the gruelling Tough Mudder North West challenge.

Four staff from Gateway Electronic Components on Beam Heath Way took part in the event at Cholmondeley Castle over a 10-mile course and 20 obstacles to raise funds for Hope House Children’s Hospices.

September 14, 2018
Hibberts solicitors in Nantwich get dirty to help raise charity funds

Hibberts solicitors in Nantwich get dirty to help raise charity funds

Fifteen fundraisers from Nantwich-based Hibberts Solicitors donned their trainers to take part in the challenging Tough Mudder event at Cholmondeley Castle.

The group splashed through trenches and climbed over walls in a bid to raise money for Crewe charity, Autism Networks which is close to the heart for a member of staff who has been volunteering there for years.

September 17, 2017
Nantwich vet raises £550 for Alder Hey in ‘Tough Mudder’ race

Nantwich vet raises £550 for Alder Hey in ‘Tough Mudder’ race

A Nantwich vet helped to raise hundreds of pounds for poorly children at Alder Hey Hospital – by caking herself in mud!

Laura Atkinson, from Aston, completed the “Tough Mudder” course at Cholmondeley Castle to help raise £550 for the hospital.

October 8, 2014
Dealership team raises £1,000 at Cholmondeley Tough Mudder

Dealership team raises £1,000 at Cholmondeley Tough Mudder

A team of workers from a South Cheshire car dealership toughed it out in the Cholmondeley mud to raise £1,000 for charity.

They tackled the annual Tough Mudder challenge in the grounds of Cholmondeley Castle in aid of Children In Need.

September 21, 2014
7,500 compete in Tough Mudder event at Cholmondeley Estates

7,500 compete in Tough Mudder event at Cholmondeley Estates

Contestants tested their endurance to the limit in a “Tough Mudder” event held at Cholmondeley Castle near Nantwich. Around 7,500 competitors lined up to take on a 12-mile Cheshire assault course, including 22 obstacles, ice baths, electric shocks, fire, and miles of mud.

November 22, 2012