Glasgow and Dundee solicitors claim victory in Tough Mudder 2016

Taking part in Tough Mudder 2016

Digby Brown’s personal injury solicitors in Glasgow and Dundee successfully completed the Tough Mudder challenge of 2016 in Scotland.

Digby Brown's Dundee and Glasgow Solicitors picture before the Tough Mudder in Scotland 2016 begins

The Tough Mudder is known for its’ gruelling test of athletic ability as it involves crawling through mud, climbing over walls and using handle bars – not for the light hearted.

Digby Brown's Dundee and Glasgow Solicitors in the mud pit at Tough Mudder Scotland 2016

The obstacle course was held – and successfully completed - at Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries and Galloway on Saturday 25th June by the team.

Digby Brown staff at tough mudder for local charities 2016

Why did Digby Brown take part in Tough Mudder challenge?

Each of our seven offices in Scotland has nominated a local charity partner where they will fundraise all year long to help support the work they do in the community.

The Tough Mudder is just one of the charity events that the Glasgow and Dundee office will be taking part in this year to raise vital funds for their local charity.

Glasgow office – Finding Your Feet

“The Tough Mudder was certainly a challenge! It’s one that we’re really proud to have done as a team to support a great charity.

“All the effort that was required to complete the course was more than worth it to support Finding Your Feet, who are a great charity helping people who have suffered amputation or loss of limb function to re-build their lives - and one that we’re proud to have as our Glasgow charity partner.”

Dundee office – The Brae Riding School

“For all of the Dundee team, the Tough Mudder was something we won’t forget in a hurry! It was a real challenge but one that the Dundee team were more than equal to, a great effort and a way to raise some vital funds for our charity partner. Brae Riding for the Disabled make a real difference to families in the region and it’s great to be supporting them."