Wren Warriors Compete in Charity Knockout

Wren Warriors Compete in Charity Competition

We’ve been having a bit of summer fun lately, all in the name of charity of course!

Barton Town Old Boys held their annual ‘It’s a Knockout’ fun day at their ground in Barton on Sunday 19th July, and they’ve chosen CLIC Sargent as their charity of the season – which we’re over the moon about, by the way!

So when BTOB approached us to put forward a team, we rallied the best ‘Wren Warriors’ we could find to compete in the tournament. There were sumo suits, ball pits, space hoppers, and of course, plenty of foam. Here are just a few photos from the day…

Wren Warriors It's A Knockout Charity Competition
The teams partaking in a warrior-style warm up. Absolutely no resemblance to ‘ring a roses’…
Wren Kitchens Compete In Charity Competition
Our valiant team undertook a number of grueling challenges…
Wren Kitchens Team Compete for Charity
Most of our team hadn’t space hopped since they were 5. And it was a struggle…

All joking aside, our team of 12 were absolutely brilliant, showing their dedication to raising a ton of money for an amazing charity. They were a great team, and although they didn’t win the coveted ‘It’s a Knockout’ trophy, they were winners in our eyes!

We also need to say a huge THANK YOU to all of our team sponsors, we were blown away by the response we got from them, raising in excess of £2,400 from them alone!! And the money is still coming in…

Wren Kitchen Charity Team Sponsors
A huge thank you to all of our team sponsors! (Also thanks to 3 Design Concepts & Lawrie Nicholson)

Our colleagues at the Nest, Barton Warehouse, and our two factories in Scunthorpe and Howden also chipped in so a really special thank you to everyone who coughed up their pennies to help an incredible cause! We’re yet to reveal the grand total raised, but with the help of our colleagues, sponsors, BTOB and the spectators on the day, it’s surely to be in its thousands! Amazing! Watch this space…

Thank you!

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