On Sunday 15 July a team from Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex took on the Trek the Night challenge in aid of Action Medical Research.
The team started their 20 mile walk from Southease to Beachy Head at 6am following the South Downs Way. The team were met at a series of check-points along the way by their support drivers, who replenished their water and provided them with snacks and plenty of encouragement.
Action Medical Research, a UK based charity, which focuses on saving and changing children’s lives through medical research, have been funding medical breakthroughs since 1952. The team raised over £1500 towards the charity and their work.
General Sales Manager and team leader of the Trek, David Erskine says: “It was a big challenge for us amateur walkers and very hot. Thank you to everyone for their kind support. We look forward to taking on the challenge again next year.”
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