Team La Hacienda get tough for Kidney Research UK

Outdoor living product company La Hacienda has raised £1,400 for Kidney Research.

Team La Hacienda took part in the Tough Mudder South West event last weekend with director Simon Goodwin, plus staff Remi, James, Will, Sam and Jack, who ran, jumped and scrambled their way through the physically challenging course at Cirencester park.

They said: "Completing the full 10.6 miles and 24 extreme obstacles such as Everest, Cage Crawl, Mud Mile and Electro Shock Therapy in around 3.5 hours, we are extremely proud of Team La Hacienda and their immense effort on the day. Bring on the next challenge."

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