The Hare & Hounds challenge countdown


With less than 24 hours to go before our Hare & Hounds challenge, realisation is beginning to dawn on our less prepared team members (directors, Nigel and Andrew) who have been reminded of the trials and tribulations of their last attempt to cycle the Leeds - Liverpool canal in their younger days. Despite this, rumours of vigorous last minute training sessions have been strenuously denied by them!
Taking a more serious approach is Paul, our 'Hare', who has joined local running club Pudsey Pacers in addition to his other marathon commitments which actually include the Edinburgh marathon the week after our challenge.
Our challenge takes place at the same time as this year’s Pudsey Carnival, and, not wanting to miss out on the fun, our team will be taking part in the parade before being sent on our way from the carnival stage by good friend of Pudsey Legal, Councillor Mick Coulson.
We are also running a competition for the chance to win £50 Marks & Spencer vouchers by guessing the time it will take Paul to run the full 46 mile course over the two days. Click on the icon below for your chance to win £50 Marks & Spencer vouchers.
Fundraising is going well and we are already on course to meet our target. However, every little helps so please feel free to sponsor us via our Just Giving page by clicking here or by clicking on the Just Giving Logo.
The Hounds will be tweeting updates whilst they ride - you can stay up-to-date by following@pudseylegal or searching for #H&H

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