Natalie Bloor (pictured) from Cadishead will be proving that she has ‘what it takes’, when the 25 year old will be taking in the ‘Tough Mudder’ Challenge to say thank you to staff at a Hospital.
Natalie a former St Marys Juniors and Irlam High School pupil who works at the Irlam and Cadishead College will be taking part in the gruelling fitness challenge to raise money for the Acute Stroke Unit at Salford Royal.
She was so impressed with the care and support given to her granddad who was admitted to the unit that she wanted to show her appreciation Natalie said “staff in the Acute Stroke Unit were amazing as soon as we walked through the door they were all so kind and helpful. The care my granddad received was out of this world and the staff always kept the family informed about how he was doing. He was very well looked after and I wanted to raise money for the unit as a thank you”.
Natalie wants to raise as much money as possible and is looking for kind people to sponsor her to take park in the ‘Tough Mudder’ Challenge, a twelve mile obstacle course created by British Special Forces and described as “probably the toughest event on the planet”.
Natalie added “My challenge is just to get to the end of the course but the more I hear about Tough Mudder the more nervous I become. As long as I just keep on remembering why I am taking part in the Challenge, that will hopefully keep me going to the finish line.”
You can make a donation at Natalie’s Just Giving Page at www.justgiving.com/natalie-bloor1 The date of the Tough Mudder challenge is Sunday 14 September 2014 give Natalie as much support as you can!