Fun on the field for charity


FUN challenges were enjoyed as Bognor Regis students helped a charity based in 
the town.

The competitors had to complete a course of obstacles in the Meadow Mayhem event staged at the University of Chichester.



Their struggles –inspired by TV shows such as It’s A Knockout and Total Wipeout – were enjoyed by spectators 
on the university’s sports field.

Project manager Ollie Sumner said: “Overall, the day was a great success, with all the participants enjoying themselves and having a great time in an 
event that was unique and fun.”

The day raised £461 for 4Sight’s work with blind and partially-sighted people across Sussex.

Meadow Mayhem was staged by six event management students at the university. The others were Lily Chan, Ted Harrington, Stewart Hicks, Gina Mannings and Alisa Nikonorova.

The day consisted of five different challenges around a two-kilometre course to test the participants.

The closing ceremony included the presentation of the four awards. The prize for the fastest team lap was won by Kevin Batt and Helen Billingshurst from Specsavers in Chichester in a time of 12min 10secs.

Helen also clinched the award for the most laps completed, with six.

The most laps completed as a team award went to Specsavers with three laps and the best individual costume was won by Kevin Manning as PacMan.

The event closed 
with music from 
DJ Kevin Dobbs.