Teams with a sense of adventure are signing up for an activity challenge to boost funds for The British Heart Foundation.
The charity is holding its Hearts First Activity Challenge on Saturday April 30 at the Old Vicarage Adventure Centre in Stoddesdon, Worcestershire to raise funds for life-saving heart research.
Teams of four will battle it out to complete the course and show off their skills in archery, flat water canoeing, rope traverses, hiking, and an obstacle course of the muddiest proportions!
Claire Simmons, Regional Director of the BHF, is hoping businesses will support the initiative.
She said: "Man or woman, you are more likely to die of heart and circulatory disease than any other serious illness, including cancer.
That's why we spend £95 every minute of every day on pioneering research that saves and improves the lives of children and adults.
"By joining together with friends and colleagues to test yourselves on our Activity Challenge, you can help us keep thousands of vulnerable hearts beating."
A registration fee of £50 each team will cover costs of staging the event. In addition, all the BHF asks is that each individual try to raise a suggested minimum of £250 sponsorship per team - just £62.50 each.
Many companies match-fund money raised by employees, so it could make targets even easier to reach.
For more information about the Hearts First Activity Challenge, or to register, call 0800 169 3672 or email firstname.lastname@example.org