A Rosemont by Any Other Name

Rosemont Recruitment, the amazing Bristol-based recruitment company who chose us as their Charity of the Year, have been hard at work as always.

As we informed you all a couple of weeks ago, three members of the Rosemont team were planning to take on the Tough Mudder Half South West on Sunday 21st August. The Tough Mudder is an infamously hard, gruelling and grimy challenge, where the participants have to overcome a series of increasingly difficult, painful and muddy obstacles in the name of charity.

But no need to worry! The team – made up of Craig Davidge (Managing Director), Andrew Cooper (Associate in Consulting Engineering) and Kelly Cooper (Andrew’s wife) – made it to the end in one piece, and they had an incredible time doing so!

Andrew said of his experience:

So happy to have completed Tough Mudder. It was a very difficult 5 miles of high, low, steep and wet obstacles! Will be signing up for next year’s event in the South West.

Craig was equally enthusiatic:

Really proud of the team for completing the Tough Mudder Half South West! It was a tough challenge but really enjoyed the experience, and what’s more satisfying is that it’s all to raise money and awareness for OCD Action, so well worth all the cuts & bruises!

This isn’t the first activity they’ve done for us. In June some of the team, including Becky Lewis, PA to the Managing Director and the person in responsible of our partnership, ran the 5K Rainbow Run in Bristol.

And we'll keep you posted on anything else they get up to in the future!

For their incredible efforts Rosemont have so far managed to raise an impressive £257.75 for OCD Action. We reckon that’s worthy of a huge round of applause! Even so, head over to their JustGiving page and help them increase their total even more.

Thank you for your continuing efforts towards our cause, Rosemont! We’re absolutely delighted to have you on board!

Do you belong to a business that is looking for a charity partnership? OCD Action is constantly on the lookout for opportunities to spread awareness of the disorder and raise funds to allow us to do even more to help people living with it. Get in touch with me at charlie@ocdaction.org.uk if you’d like to discuss what opportunities are available.