The Vet Charity Challenge 2014 will take place on Saturday, September 27 at St Francis School, Pewsey, near Marlborough in Wiltshire.
Last year the event raised £50,000 and involved teams of four walking/running, cycling and kayaking, as well as some orienteering and mental and physical tasks.
Registration will open at the start of April. Spaces are limited and in 2013 filled up very fast, so to avoid disappointment organisers are recommending to book early.
The charities being supported in 2014 will be Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, the Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad (SPANA) and Cats Protection.
Gavin Mitchell from BCF Technology said: “We were delighted at the success of the Vet Charity Challenge in 2013 – we had 50 teams taking part and raised £50,000 for three deserving charities. We hope to top this in 2014, making the event even bigger and better than last year.”
Andrew Groom from Kruuse added: “A massive thanks to all who took part in 2013 and to all who donated. We hope to see you all back plus more in 2014, to continue to make this a great event.”
The Vet Charity Challenge is sponsored by BCF Technology, Kruuse and Vétoquinol and supported by the VPMA and Veterinary Practice magazine.
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