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6 March 2013

“Balls of Steeles”: Local solicitors to face Devil’s Challenge 2013

On Sunday 10 March, intrepid members of staff from Steeles Law will embark on the Devil’s Challenge 2013, a gruelling 7 mile 4x4 course over the notorious Devil’s Pit at Barton Le Clay, Bedfordshire, to raise funds for the Neuroblastoma Children’s Cancer Alliance.

The team, aptly named “Balls of Steeles”, includes Tom Bailey, Barrister from Steeles Law’s dispute resolution team and Alison Beales, Team Assistant.

The Devil’s Challenge course – which consists of such dubiously named zones as “Punishing Obstacles”, “Climbs of Doom” and “Muds of Sorrow” – will involve a combination of running, wading through water and crawling through mud!

Commenting on the team’s forthcoming endeavours, Tom Bailey commented: “Neuroblastoma Alliance UK is this year’s nominated charity for the Devil’s Challenge and they do really vital work for very young children.  We are all very excited about the event and very up for the challenge – let’s hope we make it back!”

The Steeles team will be joined on the day by staff from Gorleston based office products supplier Pink Office, who are also participating in the Devil’s Challenge.

Anybody wishing to make a donation to “Balls of Steeles” can do so via www.justgiving.com/Alison-Beales.  All funds raised will be donated to Neuroblastoma Alliance UK, a charity which funds children’s treatment costs, supports families and funds research into neuroblastoma, the most common cancer diagnosed within the first year of life.

Update: Congratulations to Alison and Tom for finishing 65th and 66th respectively out of 296 competitors in the Devil’s Challenge 2013.  Photos from the day can found at:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/steeleslaw/sets/72157632979812024/

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