A TEAM of 16 store colleagues took on the Tough Mudder 5k to rises £684 for charity.
The friends, who all work at Marks and Spencer on Chapel Street in Southport, took on the gruellying muddy obstacle course in Cheshire on September 5.
Amelia Cummins, Emma Hampson, Natalie Darby, Jan Kelly, Nikki Longbone, Josie Wolski, Hannah Kehoe, Sasha Taylor, Amanda Orritt, Charlotte Cavanagh, Sarah Dutton, Sarah Timms, Bradley Pedder, Nicholas Cockwill and Daniel Kershaw are still taking donations for Claire House Children's Hospice, which helps seriously and terminally ill children to live life to the full.
Organiser Amelia Cummins said: “We are all back now and all recovering from the mountains of mud! There was 15 obstacles that we all had to face, where we got covered from head-to-toe in mud.
“Some of the obstacles that we did included getting electrocuted on the Electroshock therapy, climbing the Mudderhorn, which is three storeys high, and sliding into mud pits on the Mud Miles.
“We did it to support Claire House Children’s Hospice for the amazing work and care they do for children and there families. They have helped multiple families of colleagues within our store.”
You can add to their donations on Just Giving at https://is.gd/DojQMT