Silicone Engineering took on the Knockout Challenge over the weekend, helping to raise £100 for the Rossendale Hospice.
Purchase Ledger Administrator, Andy Rosthorn, and his team attempted to conquer an energy-sapping inflatable course while dressed as songbirds and fairytale giants.
The event consisted of nine teams, ten people strong, each competing in six fantastic games over a two-hour period. Participants were left soaking wet but had fun. The team embraced a wet and slippery trail, enjoying a bundle of laughter along the way.
The Knockout Challenge was organised to raise money for the Rossendale Hospice, a registered charity based in Rawtenstall, Lancashire. The Hospice was formed to provide free, holistic, palliative care for people diagnosed with cancer and other specific degenerative diseases.
It was a close call but Andy’s team managed to win five gold medal challenges and came second in the last game, leaving them in the lead.
Andy added: “Somebody had better tell Mo Farah to watch out. There’s a running Budgie on the scene!”
We’re not too sure about how a budgie would have looked competing alongside Mo Farah in the Olympics but we would like to congratulate all the teams who took part in the race and helped raise monies for the Rossendale Hospice.
Silicone Engineering is always happy to help!