100 miles for 100 years – PSG rise to the challenge

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15 September 2014


PSGOn Saturday 13 September, PSG offices up and down the country came together to walk a combined total of 100 miles in support of the Royal British Legion.

Four teams made up of PSG staff and sponsors from GroundSure, Landmark and CLS, laced up their walking boots and set off on their respective 25 miles routes throughout the UK, raising money for our veterans and to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the start of World War One.

A couple of injuries, navigational blips and lots of blisters later, the teams crossed their finish lines with most completing their challenge in 9 hours or less.

Andrea Glover, managing director at PSG said: “I am extremely grateful to everyone that took part in our charity event this year, their hard work and dedication has allowed us to raise a fantastic amount for such a worthy cause. It’s fantastic to see our office network working together both on a local level and as a collective nationally, all backed with the valuable support of our strategic partners.”

We would like to thank everyone who has donated so far, we have raised over £7,000 but are still a little way from our target, you can still show your support at www.justgiving.com/psg2014 or simply text PSGW99 followed by your donation amount to 70070.

 

 



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