Race up the Transporter Bridge

Date Published: 15th January 2018

Teesside Hospice has officially launched a new exciting event, perfect for those looking for the ultimate challenge!

Vertical Rush will see those registered race up the 209 steps of Middlesbrough’s Transporter Bridge, to be faced with an incredible view 160 ft. above Middlesbrough, in a bid to beat the clock and finish top of the leader board!

The event, kindly sponsored by Watt Fitness is open to anyone aged 11 or over who is keen to support their local hospice, get fit, have fun and challenge themselves.

Joanne Bannatyne at Watt Fitness said: “We are delighted to be supporting Teesside Hospice’s Vertical Rush, when fitness meets charity brilliant things can happen! We are a local business so it’s important for us to support a local charity who provide such vital care to our community. We are keen to see how our Watt Fitness coaches perform against the clock too.”

Debbie Coulson, Marketing & Fundraising Manager at Teesside Hospice said: “We are so excited to be bringing the first event of this kind to Teesside. This is the perfect chance to challenge yourself whilst supporting people affected by cancer and other life limiting illnesses.”

“The kind support from Watt Fitness means every penny raised will directly benefit those we care for.”

Running times are available across Saturday 17th March or Sunday 18th March 2018, to be part of this exciting event and to make the most of a 50% off flash sale, register before 31st January for £17.50, price includes a t-shirt too!

Visit www.teessidehospice.org or call 01642 811150 to sign up. Terms and conditions apply.

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