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Second chargers to set off on 100km trek 

by: Anna Sagar
  • 12/07/2018
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On Saturday 14 July, four bold second charge industry leaders will be setting out on their 100km trek to raise money for their two charities.

Mortgage Brain’s Jonathan White (pictured top left), United Trust Bank’s Buster Tolfree (top right), Norton Finance’s Paul Stringer (bottom right) and Fluent Money’s Paul Ford (bottom left) will be walking the South Downs Way in Hampshire with the ambitious goal of completing the challenge in 30 hours or less.

 

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With only a day to go before their 100km trek the Second Chargers have already smashed their £4,000 target, raising a whopping £6,266 for Oxfam and The Gurkha Welfare Trust.

Speaking for the group, Jonathan White from Mortgage Brain said they were blown away by the support they had received from friends, colleagues, brokers and lenders alike.

He said it will be a true test of teamwork, but they are excited for the challenge and cannot wait to start.

If you want to keep up to date with their progress, then follow the Mortgage Brain twitter account where they will be posting updates, signal permitting.

Although they have smashed their target of £4,000, it is still not too late to donate.

Show your support by going to their Just Giving page and donate now.

 

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