Vicky gets Pretty Muddy for Cancer Charity

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Vicky gets Pretty Muddy for Cancer Charity

UKCS manager Vicky Roberts recently took part in a Race For Life ‘Pretty Muddy’ event in Nottingham.  Vicky completed the 5K obstacle course (mud included) along with friend Cath, raising money for Cancer Research whilst having plenty of messy fun.

Like many of us, Vicky and Cath have friends and family affected by various forms of Cancer.  Vicky describes the day in her own words:

It was a cold, damp day and we were layered up in pink ready to run! Although we started with a brisk run once we found the first obstacle we slowed down!

Obstacles included a net A frame, mud pit, muddy water baths, elastic spiders web, path through the woods, muddy space hoppers, muddy tunnels and a finale of an inflatable mud slide..

..I don’t think either of us expected to get quite so muddy based on a previous Pretty Muddy. It took me four shampoos to get the mud out of my hair!

Race For Life includes a variety of women-only, non-competitive events such as this with the sole aim of fighting cancer in all its forms.

To find out more or see how you can contribute, please click here.

Congrats to Vicky and Cath for getting through it, we trust the mud was eventually washed out!

By |2018-09-30T23:29:57+00:00September 30th, 2018|Charity, Community, UKCS News, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Vicky gets Pretty Muddy for Cancer Charity

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David joined UKCS in April 2016, where he supports the CFSP bureau. David began his career in customs compliance at CEVA (formerly EGL) in 2004. His main areas of competency are CFSP, bonded warehousing, IPR and both import and export procedures. He has managed accounts for clients from a diverse variety of industries, including aerospace, engineering, clothing, food and children's toys. David enjoys watching films, upgrading his PC, and has a keen interest in news and current affairs. He has a BA in Politics from the University of Essex, and is married with five children.