Congratulations to Team Suggy’s, who put themselves and their TOUGH GUY TOUGH GIRL training to the test at Belvoir Castle on Saturday 20 May.
Looking smart – and very clean! – in their team t-shirts at the start of the 2017 Midlands Tough Mudder: Adam Crawford, Lee Marriott, Dave Smith, Emma Crawford and Mark Venables… At the end, not so smart but still smiling after tackling the 20-plus obstacles on the seriously muddy 10-mile course!
One of our recent POUND FOR POUND winners rose to the challenge too – well done, James Miskelly (pictured top right).
If YOU’RE ready for a challenge, check out our TOUGH GUY TOUGH GIRL and POUND FOR POUND pages – no mud involved but guaranteed to take your training to another level!
Suggy’s Gym’s Regis ‘The First’ Sugden took time out from training last week to join nine Year 2 and Year 3 pupils at Newark’s William Gladstone Academy taking part in Read Aloud Month.
Designed to increase awareness of children who previously struggled to learn to read and to celebrate their achievements, the national campaign was run by the International Literacy Centre in conjunction with Save The Children.
Pictured above with Year Two pupils (back, from left) Harrison Morgan, Mackenzie Lowe and Warren Bentley, and (front) Tyla Locke, Regis listened to each of the children read and then told them how important reading had been to him, before presenting them with books and certificates.
“I had a great time reading with them and really enjoyed helping them out,” said Regis after his visit to the school.
Photo by the Newark Advertiser