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Space still available in RDT Karting Challenge

Published: 1 June 2017 - Fiona Garcia

The Rainy Day Trust is offering a last-minute deal for a  team to take part in its annual Karting Challenge - don't miss our chance to be part of this great event.

Due to a couple of people having to pull out at short notice, the Rainy Day Trust (RDT) is offering a reduced rate for a team of four drivers to take part in its annual Karting Challenge on Thursday, June 8. It is a fantastic opportunity for anyone in the DIY and garden sector to take part in the popular industry charity event, which sees teams participate in a Le Mans style 90-minute endurance race.

The reduced rate of £250+VAT (more than £100 off the original price) for a team of four drivers is being offered on a first-come-first-serve basis and anyone interested in taking up the offer should contact RDT CEO Bryan Clover by email bryan@rainydaytrust.org.uk

The go-karting event, which is an important fundraising opportunity for the charity, kicks off at 1pm at M4 Karting in Wiltshire. All proceeds go towards helping the Rainy Day Trust continue its important work of supporting those who work or have worked within our industry.

 

 

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