An intrepid trio from Renault Liverpool braved a 1,000ft zip wire challenge on Saturday for a great cause.
The vertigo-inducing fundraiser was held at the Pier Head in Liverpool and was organised by Claire House Children’s Hospice to raise funds to help with their care of children in the North West.
In a day full of entertainment, there was also a charity duck race with 40,000 plastic competitors, music, refreshments and stalls.
Dave Nichols, Renault and Nissan Liverpool used car sales executive, Nick Price, Renault new car sales manager and Craig Carney, Nissan sales executive all undertook the zip wire challenge and raised more than £1,000 in sponsorship by inviting people to sponsor a duck for just £2.
The team are passionate supporters of the charity as their colleague Rob Loudon from Renault Wirral, has a seven-year-old daughter who attends the hospice. Nick said: “Plunging down the zip wire was exhilarating and all for an extremely worthwhile cause. We would like to thank friends, family, colleagues and customers for their support and sponsorship.”
For more information or to sponsor Dave, Craig and Nick, visit the Claire House Children’s Hospice website www.claire-house.org.uk
- From left: Dave Nicholls, Renault and Nissan Liverpool used car sales executive, Craig Carney, Nissan sales executive and Nick Price, sales manager at Renault Liverpool after their 1,000ft zip wire challenge in aid of Claire House Children’s Hospice on Saturday.
- Nick Price, sales manager at Renault Liverpool takes the 1,000ft zip wire challenge in aid of Claire House Children’s Hospice on Saturday.