Swale Heating ladies play dirty for Cancer Research

Raising £2,000 for charity.

Ladies from Swale Heating proved they were no stick-in-the-muds on Saturday (July 11) when they got down and dirty to raise money for charity.

The team of seven, who all work in Swale Heating’s Contracts Department, crawled, climbed, slid and slipped their way around a 5km obstacle course at Maidstone’s Mote Park in the Race For Life Pretty Muddy® challenge.

They took an hour to complete the course, which included 10 obstacles and plenty of mud, raising more than £2,000 for Cancer Research – £1,700 of which was donated by their colleagues at Swale Heating.

Team member and Swale Heating Contracts Manager Dawn Fennell says: “It wasn’t too difficult but it was incredibly dirty. At one point we had to crawl through a pool of thick mud and we ended up having a mud flight which was great fun!

“Our work colleagues were fantastically supportive and really dug deep for the charity. It’s the first year we’ve ever done this but we certainly plan to do it again.”

Swale Heating has been installing and maintaining heating systems for both domestic and corporate clients for four decades, gaining a reputation for excellence among domestic heating customers in 125,000 homes, as well as over 35 housing associations and local authorities across Kent, outer London, Sussex, Essex and East Anglia.