For the second year running, the Brathay Trust has started its Apprentice Challenge with a new team from Cobham taking part.
2012 saw eight of our apprentices in the UK, crowned the
Brathay Trust 'Apprentice Team of the Year'. The challenge was
tough, with the finalists participating in numerous mental and
physical challenges, culminating in a canoe race across Lake
Windermere in Cumbria.
For the second year running, the Brathay Trust has started its
Apprentice Challenge with a new team from Cobham taking part. This
years' competition looks to be even more demanding, with over
ninety teams eager to win the title.
As part of National Apprentice Week, the selected nine Cobham
apprentices look to raise money for the Help for Heroes Charity,
whilst promoting apprenticeships. If you would like to support Team
Cobham, they will soon be setting up a sponsorship webpage on
Justgiving.com/TeamCobham, and are hoping to raise as much as
possible with the target set at reaching £3,000.
The 2013 team are looking to learn from the previous winners and
will be participating in various fundraising challenges. Media
coverage will be a big target for this year's team who will attempt
to be featured on the radio and television.
The Facebook and twitter accounts are back up and in use so
don't forget to like and follow the team to find out the latest on
how they are getting on and what they have planned for the coming
Facebook: Cobham Brathay Team
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