Red Marlin raises £700 for the Air Ambulance

Last weekend the Red Marlin team took on the Spring Wolf Run to raise money in support of the Northampton and Warwickshire Air Ambulance.

After Danny’s daughter, Daisy, suffered a fall at home over Christmas and was air lifted to hospital, we wanted to take on a personal challenge to give something back to the life-saving team who rescued her on the day.

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And so, on a chilly April Saturday, we embarked upon a tough 10 kilometre challenge at Welsh Road Farm in the Warwickshire countryside, where some 3,000 ‘wolves’ had gathered to tackle this physically and psychologically demanding event.

With the rallying call from our 200 strong ‘pack’, we began with great optimism. As we climbed obstacles, crossed lakes, crawled through water filled trenches, waded through muddy woodland, and ran the distances inbetween, our team spirit powered us through.

Callum and Danny completed the full course in a time of just two hours, whereas Lucy was forced to retire after suffering from hypothermia.

We’re delighted that our efforts have so far raised £700 for the air ambulance, which receives no government funding and relies solely on donations.


We’d like to say a huge thank you to Wolf Run for holding such a fantastic event with such a brilliant team of support staff, as well the British Red Cross for their medical assistance in warming up Lucy.

The Northampton and Warwickshire Air Ambulance has now launched their Spring Appeal which features Danny’s daughter Daisy, which has already raised over £30,000. Any donations to Daisy’s appeal will be doubled by an anonymous donor, so if you’d like to support your local air ambulance, there’s no better reason to do so now!

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