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UPDATED – Rev Andrew’s Wales Spartan Challenge
UPDATE FROM Rev Andrew Webster
Due to ongoing Covid restrictions concerning large, amateur sporting events, the organisers of the Spartan Event have made a postponement until October.
However there will be a virtual event on the original date of June 20th which Andrew intends to do along with a friend John his training partner. This will still include a 10 km run and 25 obstacles including; wall climb, fence jump. commando crawl, 20 kg sandbag carry, burpees, hill run, beam balance and dead weight carry. We hope this sounds sufficiently challenging for people to still want to sponsor Andrew who is still definitely having a mid-life crisis!
The Target to build the classroom is £4,000 and to date £2,446 has been raised, many,many thanks to those who have already given their support. Please pray for Andrew & John as they train for the event; if you would like to find out more and sponsor Andrew’s “ Virtual Spartan Challenge” you can do so online using your credit / debit card through the link below
Alternatively in the UK you can make a cheque payable to “Chepstow Methodist Church” (please write “Zambia Grade 8 Project” on the back of the cheque) and send it to CMC Finance Officers, Richard & Katharine Stevenson, Kingsmark House, Kingsmark Lane, Chepstow, NP16 5LZ. If you prefer to make a gift by bank electronic transfer, please contact Richard [email protected] or 01291 629640. All donations can be Gift Aided if you are a UK tax payer.
The Hope in Christ School motto is “The distance between success & failure is action.” Your action in supporting this project will help educate children in one of the poorest areas of the world where “Education is Life.”
Rev Andrew Webster is doing “The Wales Spartan Challenge” on 20th June helping raise funds to build a much needed “Grade 8 Classroom” at Hope in Christ School, Zambia. Can Andrew count on your support? Please take a look at the weblink below and the article for Andrew’s personal message and sponsorship details.