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MD Angela Gill, HR Manager Sara Gibb and Sales Administrator Morwenna Bunt from Burgess Hill based Bio-Productions have swelled the ranks of the Colour Obstacle Rush event in Brighton, in support of their designated charity St Peter & St James Hospice.
The Colour Obstacle Rush is an exhilarating event which takes place at Brighton Racecourse on 22 June 2019. It combines the thrill of an obstacle course over 5km with the atmosphere of a music festival and the fun of coloured powdered runs thrown in. Contestants will negotiate 20 obstacles with 8 colour stations and 20 music zones. They can recover from the mania of racing in a special chill out area called ‘colour from the skys’.
Entrants pay an entrance fee and then guarantee to raise £200 each for their chosen category. This charitable trio have set up a justgiving page for anyone that would like to support them: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sara-gibb2
The philanthropist fun started yesterday when HR Manager, Sara staged her own mini bake off. She brought in a selection of baked goodies to sell to staff at Bio-Productions HQ. Amongst the sweet treats were Victoria sandwich sponge, scones, banana loaf and double chocolate cookies. Sara made a sterling start towards her pledge of £200 by raising £100.
Bio-Productions formulates, tests and makes a range of award-winning, environmentally-friendly, industrial cleaning products which are exported around the world. In December 2014 a management buyout by three employees which has led to both UK and international success.
About the initiative, Angela said, “As a company we love to support local good causes, especially when we can improve our fitness at the same time. All the team at Bio are supporting us and we look forward to presenting a cheque to the Hospice in a few weeks time”.