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Civils 2002 RedR challenge

Planning is now well under way for the Civils 2002 RedR Challenge, designed to provide teams entering with great training, great learning and great fun at the National Exhibition Centre next June.

Full details of the challenge will be revealed by RedR in the new year. But the competition will be held over a single day at the exhibition and require teams of four to use initiative, ingenuity and teamwork to help win big prizes.

Not only will teams help to raise money for RedR by entering the challenge but the preparation and participation will also provide great professional development opportunities. Added to this will be the opportunity to visit the Civils 2002 exhibition in between competitions.

However, the logistics of the event mean it is likely that entry numbers will have to be capped.

So to help with planning, RedR is seeking serious expressions of interest from teams hoping to enter the challenge. Once organisers have an idea of entry numbers the challenge details can be set.

There will be a charge for each team entered to raise money for RedR and cover costs. But entries will be strictly first come first served, so if you want to be part of the event contact Sue Townsend at RedR today for details.

INFOPLUS Contact Sue Townsend at RedR on (020) 7233 3116 for details of the challenge.

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