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After recent involvement in many charity fundraisers the Abracs team felt a new challenge was needed. Introducing the Tough Mudder Challenge 2016! With obstacles named Electroshock Therapy and Arctic Enema 2.0 it’s no surprise that this event is not for the faint hearted.
After deciding that the Tough Mudder challenge just wasn’t enough, Alex Gowans Brand Manager at Abrasive and Consumable company Abracs ltd, based in York, UK decided a new challenge was in order…
When Alex Gowans, Brand Manager at Abrasive and Consumable company Abracs ltd stepped into the sea in Dover he had 21 miles of open water ahead of him…
After a busy festive season and very busy promotional calendar Abracs was informed about a particular company reminding us all about the true meaning of Christmas. Supplyrite, based in Telford, Shropshire decided to do something a little different…
Rob Jeffery Managing Director at Abracs takes part in the grueling Yorkshire Warrior obstacle course, based in Harrogate.
At 6:30am on Saturday 18th May we all met at Abracs to embark on a new challenge, Scafell Pike. A 12 strong team drove the 3 hours to the base of the mountain at Wasdale Head and by 10am we set off walking to the highest point in England.
June 23rd saw 8 Abracs Warriors take on the demanding 12km route around the stunning grounds of Bramham Park in Leeds for the 2019 edition of Total Warrior. As part of a series of challenges spread throughout 2019, the Warriors were running, jumping, plunging and climbing to raise money for the charity Shelter. Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services, hoping one day, no one will have to turn to them for help.
Over two days, seven of the team will be running, cycling and kayaking the 105 mile route from Nairn in Northern Scotland, past the historic Cawdor Castle, the legendary Loch Ness, the mountainous Glen Nevis and to the Isle of Glen Coe. The unforgiving Highland terrain and weather ensures this will be our toughest challenge yet, raising money for Cancer Research UK.