Urban Pantry To Get Muddy For Charity

Seven ladies from the cafe take on Tough Mudder challenge for Women's Aid


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Seven ladies from Urban Pantry, the cafe on Devonshire Road, are taking part in Tough Mudder on the 23rd September to raise money for Women's Aid.

Tough Mudder is a gruelling 12 mile/ 20 km race with 20 military style obstacles to complete during the race. Some of these obstacles include running through a series of electric shock wires, crawling for 100m through thick mud and climbing over 8 foot high sheer walls.

urban pantry staffr who will do a challenge for charity

The team admit it will be a real challenge and have been training hard for it, as well as still working all the hours to make sure customers get their breakfasts, and teas and cakes served up.

Cafe owner Kate Frobisher says: "Women's Aid is an amazing charity for women and children working to end domestic abuse. We are all about girl power at Urby P and want to give something back to the female community. Please help us help victims of domestic abuse by giving whatever you can"

The first Women's Aid charity branch was set up in Chiswick by Erin Pizzey (Chiswick Women's Aid, 1971, now known as Refuge) and Women's Aid is now a federation helping empower survivors of domestic abuse.

You can pledge money to the Urban Pantry team here

September 4, 2017

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