Nick took on as many extreme sports activities as possible in eight hours to raise more than £300 for the Milton Keynes Community Foundation’s Surviving Winter fund. The fund supports elderly and vulnerable people during the winter months through initiatives such as the Food Bank and the Winter Night Shelter.
Nick and the team began the day with a two mile swim at David Lloyd Leisure before taking to the slopes at the SnoZone, followed by a three mile run in Campbell Park. The afternoon saw him reach new heights as he scaled the Ellis Brigham climbing wall at Xscape MK before getting blown away at AirKix, finally Nick completed the challenge on a high at the new indoor trampoline park in Bletchley, Bounce.
If that wasn’t enough, Nick then ran down Midsummer Boulevard to meet the Milton Keynes Community Foundation team at The Hub’s Missoula to be crowned the most creative fundraisers in Milton Keynes, where he was treated to an expert cocktail making master-class as a reward for his Endurance Mann efforts.
“I would like to thank everyone that was involved in our #GivingTuesday ID Endurance Mann challenge; those that supported us by watching and donating, the team that took part, and also the companies in Milton Keynes that donated their time and instruction to help this fantastic cause,” said Nick.
“Interdirect has supported the Milton Keynes Community Foundation since the agency’s inception in 1998. We were incredibly proud to raise money and awareness for them as part of the UK’s first ever #GivingTuesday event and are already thinking of ways to go bigger and better next year.”
See all the photos from the challenge on the Interdirect Facebook page, and head to MKFM to listen to the interview from the climbing wall!