OTS Mini Bus and Coach Hire prove they are Tuff Enuff – Falmouth Packet

A team made up of colleagues from OTS Mini Bus and Coach Hire near Falmouth and their friends have handed over a cheque for £432.60 to Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) after completing the Tuff Enuff challenge.
The team decided earlier in the year that they wanted to take on the mud-fuelled, obstacle-ridden Tuff Enuff challenge and after roping in some friends they also decided that they would try to raise as much sponsorship as possible to donate to CHSW.
The OTS team which consisted of Graham Johnson, Mick Good, Duncan Leslie, James Danneau and Georgina Leslie, took part in Tuff Enuff at St Buryan in May. Georgina said: “We all had a great day, loads of obstacles, loads of mud, loads of laughs and screams. We took the charity collection pots with us and people kept coming up to us and donating without having to ask. We enjoyed it so much that we have decided to do it next year and hope to be raising more money for CHSW.”
Bernadette Chambers, corporate partnerships fundraiser for CHSW, said: “On behalf of everyone at CHSW I would like to thank the OTS team for their fantastic effort at Tuff Enuff and for all of their fundraising. The money they raised will go directly to helping us care for, and support, life limited children and their families; offering them a home from home at our Little Harbour hospice where they can benefit from expert medical care as well the chance to relax and make precious memories as a family.”
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