CK team enters the Grim Challenge for the Marfan Trust

Jonathan, Mary and Lana from the CK Group will be taking part in the Grim Challenge at the Aldershot tank training ground this December.

The team will be running, climbing, crawling and slipping the 8 mile army course in freezing winter temperatures and wading through waist high water in clay pits to raise money for the Marfan Trust.

They will be raising money to help support research and treatment initiatives supported by the Marfan Trust. Marfan syndrome was identified in 1896 by a French physician, Antoine Marfan. The syndrome is an inherited disorder of the body’s connective tissue which predisposes to medical problems affecting the heart, eyes and skeleton, requiring treatment to prevent serious complications. The Trust funds medical research into Marfan syndrome.

If you would like to show your support, please visit our virgin money giving page:

A photo of the Grimm Challenge