How you can raise money for your chosen charity taking part in the Bing Blazer obstacle course race
Car Parking for Bosom Buds
The Bing Blazer team would like to a massive thank you for all of those who paid for parking at the 10k Bing Blazer Obstacle Race on May 21st in West Lothian.
Some of you may know that the Bing Blazer car parking fees go towards our chosen charity, Bosom Buds of Scotland.
The Holmes Miller Team get Muddy and Tackle the Bing Blazer
What is better than taking on a 10k obstacle mud run with friends and having fun?
Raising a load for a great charity!
That is exactly what 19 employees from Holmes Miller did. Through their efforts at the 10k Bing Blazer obstacle course race in West Lothian the Holmes Miller team, to date, have raised a staggering £2,531.30.
Marc Cherrie - For Health & Charity
This is the truly inspiring story of Marc Cherrie.
Marc changed his lifestyle, became fitter alongside raising money for a charity close to his heart.
In 2015 he completed:
Bing Blazers in Las Vegas!
Harry Day (22) and Michael Smith (30), of Personal Best in Armadale, fly out to Nevada to take part in the most extreme and gruelling version of Tough Mudder.
The West Lothian personal training duo are set to take part in a gruelling 24-hour assault course in Las Vegas for local charity.
You like charity, we like charity, how can we get charitable together?
So you want to fundraise at the Bing Blazer 2015? Well you are now entitled to a partial refund if you raise enough money.
Our event is a great opportunity for challenge yourself to take on a 10k obstacle course and raise money for a charity you believe in.
What are the refunds?
If you raise £200-£400 in sponsorship money you will get a refund of £5 after the event. If you raise more than £400 for your chosen charity then you will get a whopping £10 refund from your sign up fee.
There is now more incentive to use the Bing Blazer as a charity fundraising activity.*