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Second chargers put best feet forward for 100km charity trail walk

by: Anna Sagar
  • 18/05/2018
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On the 13 July, four second charge industry leaders are embarking on a demanding 100km trek across the South Down Way in Hampshire to raise money for two charities.

Going by the name, “Second Chargers” the intrepid Mortgage Brain’s Jonathan White, United Trust Bank’s Buster Tolfree, Norton Finance’s Paul Stringer and Fluent Money’s Paul Ford will not only be trekking 100km, but are also aiming to complete this challenge within 30 hours.

Their aim is to raise £4,000 for Oxfam and The Gurkha Welfare Trust with minimal injury to themselves and others.

Johnathan White from Mortgage Brain said: “This really is a huge challenge for all of us which requires exceptional planning and teamwork and we are thrilled to raise money for such a great cause. It’ll be a test of physical and mental strength for all of us but we’re determined to succeed, and achieve our target of raising £4,000 for the charities.”


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The team are already intensively training for the challenge, both individually and as a team. There is a 35km trek planned for June in the beautiful Derbyshire countryside, which you can keep track of on the Mortgage Brain twitter account.

If you would like to support the team’s valiant effort then please visit their Just Giving page. 


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