2.6 Challenge for FPZ funds

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You will be aware that the London Marathon was postponed because of the lockdown, and in its place everyone in UK was encouraged to take part in the 2.6 Challenge — not just to be an alternative to the Marathon, but also to acknowledge a large number of other events that had to be stopped, and on which many charities rely each year.

Becky and I gave some thought as to how we might respond and be part of this national effort. As a result we planned and executed our own challenge -- to pack 26 packages (boxes/bags, large and small) on to our next container for FPZ in a time of 26 x 2.6 sec = 67.6 sec.

Just press play to watch the result!

Barry and Becky Gransden

If you wish to donate to FPZ (Future Pillars Zambia) please visit the donation site here:

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