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22 Sep 2014
The ultra tough 10K Wolf Run in which participants run, climb, jump, crawl, wade and swim over a course designed to test their mental and physical strength was completed by four managers from the Stagecoach Midlands bus depot at Leamington Spa. The Wolf Run, in aid of prostate cancer research, is so called because it takes in Woods, Obstacles, Lakes and Fields in Offchurch, Southam, Leamington Spa.
The four super fit Stagecoach entrants were Operations Manager Jayson Smith, Assistant Operations Manager Craig Woodall and Supervisors Emma Fisher and Stuart Russell.
Donations to their fundraising for the event have come from colleagues and from Stagecoach Midlands, and so far totals just over £500. Jayson Smith told us “This event was the toughest thing any of us have done. It was incredibly challenging, but the sense of achievement and team spirit saw us through, and in the process we have raised money for a very worthwhile cause, which is close to my heart.”
Steve Burd, MD of Stagecoach Midlands said “We are delighted to help Jayson and his team with their fundraising. We believe it is important to support our staff in this way, especially as their efforts will often help the local community in which we operate.”
Photo: The intrepid four from Stagecoach at the finish line looking as though they have had a tough time. Pictured (l to r) are Emma Fisher, Jayson Smith, Craig Woodall and Stuart Russell.