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Five Qube Global Software staff to compete in Tough Mudder for charity | 15 July 2014

Five Qube Global Software staff to compete in Tough Mudder for charity | 15 July 2014

Five of our staff are to compete in the Tough Mudder Challenge to raise money for Help For Heroes.

Tim Finch, Chris Ridley, Paul Appleyard, Grant Clements and Dave Griffin will be participating in the “hardcore obstacle” event taking place at the end of October near Southampton.

Grant, Product Consultant on our Horizon team, comments:
“This is a probably the biggest physical challenge any of us have ever under taken but it’s for a great cause that we’re proud to be raising money for. All contributions will be gratefully received.”

You can sponsor Grant and the rest of the team by visiting their sponsorship page.

About Tough Mudder UK
Tough Mudder events are hardcore obstacle courses designed to test all around strength, stamina, mental grit and camaraderie. With the most innovative courses, over one million inspiring participants worldwide to date, and more than €500,000 raised for Help for Heroes, Tough Mudder is the premier adventure challenge series in the world.

About Help for Heroes
Everyone at H4H is passionate about helping our heroes, most of us have links to the Services; some have partners, friends or relatives who’ve been injured or have lost a loved one. We take the time to listen and understand what’s needed and do our very best for our heroes every single day.

We have a complete open door policy and welcome all of our supporters to visit us or pick up the phone to find out just what a difference your donations are making to the lives of our heroes.

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