Up For The Cup

Up For The Cup

It’s Not All Work and No Play

Proving it’s not all work and no play, Fresson and Tee recently showed its sporting prowess by taking part in two important property industry sporting events.

The company was a runner-up in the plate competition at the inaugural Mid Town Business Club football tournament – which saw 16 teams go head-to-head across 33 matches.

Swapping the football pitches for the forest (and a lot of mud!), Fresson and Tee also competed in a fundraising 5k Mudathon which took place in Dorking, Surrey.

Two cross-departmental Fresson and Tee teams took part, coming in a respectable 29thand 30th out of more than 50 teams. This event raised more than £18,000 for LandAid and Macmillan Cancer Support, two very worthwhile charitable causes.

Well done to everyone who took part in such a great event, in terms of the amount of mud and fun, attendees and of course money raised for charity.


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