Company News

02 June 2016

World Record Attempt

On the 14th of July Joshua Berrey from the British Thornton Maintenance team will take on a 12 hour non-stop treadmill run at NRGym in Keighley. The event will run from 07.00 to 19.00 and Josh is raising money for Help for Heroes, providing direct, practical support for wounded, sick and injured Veterans, Servicemen and Women and their loved ones.

The challenge is twinned with an effort to break the current World Record for the longest distance covered in 12 hours on a treadmill. The record is currently set at 81.62miles and held by David Staley of Denver Colorado, USA. Josh is training hard to beat this record and his aim is to set a time of 6.9mph, which will take him to 82.8 miles. The Guinness book of world records has Josh’s application and with all the hard work he is putting in training, Josh thinks the record is definitely achievable.

To donate to Josh and support the Help for Heroes Charity, visit his Just Giving page

Find out more about Help for Heroes here

Josh Boxing

In addition to his world record attempt, on 8th July 2016, Josh will be boxing in the Ultra White Collar Boxing charity event in Harrogate Majestic. Josh has taken on the challenge in aid of Cancer Research UK and has received support from Luke Campbell, British professional boxer and Olympic gold medal winner. Luke has donated a pair of signed boxing gloves to give away and a winner will be drawn from those who donate to Josh either directly or via his Just Giving page, leaving their full name.

 To support Cancer Research UK and be in with a chance of winning the signed boxing gloves, donate to Josh at Just Giving

Find out more about Ultra White Collar Boxing here