On the pull: workmates set to tug Boeing 737 to raise money for charity

On the pull: workmates set to tug Boeing 737 to raise money for charity

On the pull: workmates set to tug Boeing 737 to raise money for charity

First published in News

A TEAM of Health-on-Line employees are training for the Dorset Plane Pull, taking place at Hurn Airport on Bank Holiday Monday.

With money being raised for six different charities, Bournemouth-based Health-on-Line has chosen to support Julia’s House this year.

A Health-on-Line training regime has been put in place by head coach and sales department manager Will Kay, which includes weekly evening Health-on-Line boot camp sessions at the beach to work on strength and fitness.

Lee Oldroyd, senior sales consultant at Health-on-Line, said: “As a team we are trying to raise as much money as possible for Julia’s House. Having been involved with the Dorset Plane Pull previously, this is a fantastic way of raising money and bonding a team at the same time. Our beach training is one way of doing this.”

The Health-on-Line team will have a challenge on their hands with the Dorset Plane Pull – having to pull a Boeing 737, weighing in a 35,000kg, a distance of 50 metres.

However, with 20 employees taking part, Health-on-Line have set their sights high on raising money for Julia’s House. To back them visit justgiving.com/Health-on-Line.

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