ACS’ glorious mud for charity

A pair of competing teams from Air Charter Service (ACS) completed a Nuts Challenge assault course, raising more than £4,000 for their two chosen charities, Médecins Sans Frontières and Carers Trust.
The challenge course consisted of scramble nets, fireman’s poles, tyre walls and other such obstacles spread over extremely muddy terrain.
The two teams, named Just Plane Awesome and The Dirty Dozen, battled it out over a number of obstacles and stages, finishing just three seconds apart, with Just Plane Awesome coming out on top.
Donations are still coming in, and last year ACS raised more than £30,000 for its chosen charities through a series of fundraising events.

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