Pygott & Crone Splashers at Swimathon 2015
Pygott & Crone once again supported Sleaford’s Rotary Club Swimathon on Saturday 14 November held at the Sleaford Leisure Centre, in aid of the Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance and Sleaford St. John Ambulance. Teams of all ages and abilities enter every year and the target is to see how many lengths can be swam in 55 minutes. Pygott & Crone have supported this event every year since 2005.
The Pygott & Crone Splashers team, made up of staff, friends and family members, was organised as ever by Jamie Aspland and managed 450 lengths between them. Credit goes to Jamie for his dedication, after making it back from the Relocation Agent Awards in London the same day!
Jamie commented “I am really pleased with the effort everyone put into the Swimathon team. It was very nice to see people who don’t work for us getting involved this year; joining our team were real friends of Pygott and Crone. With ages ranging between 3 and 50, we did really well overall and one individual got 100 lengths but the most important aspect was the overall team performance which was very pleasing. This year we are hoping raise in the region of £200 for the Rotary Club of Sleaford’s chosen charities.”
Thank you and well done to all involved.
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