Shepherd Neame’s Team Extreme raised more than £10,000 for the company’s Charity of the Year Kent Wildlife Trust by taking on the Jurassic Coast Ultra Challenge in Dorset earlier this month.
Team Extreme is a group of team members at the Faversham-based brewery and pub company including Chief Executive Jonathan Neame, who tackle tough endurance challenges for charity.
The full 100km route runs from Corfe Castle to Bridport with over 2,200 metres of climb. Six team members including Jonathan Neame completed the full route, with Commercial Estate Manager John Barnes finishing in 5th place with an impressive time of 12 hours and 24 minutes. Seven team members completed the 58km challenge, and another two completed the 42km challenge.
Jonathan Neame said: “The Jurassic Coast Ultra Challenge was a very demanding but rewarding experience. On behalf of the team, I would like to thank all those who have given so generously and helped us raise a significant amount of money for our Charity of the Year.”
If you would like to make a donation to Team Extreme, please visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/shepsgiving2022. Any support you are able to give will be gratefully received.
For more information about Shepherd Neame’s Charity of the Year, visit www.shepherdneame.co.uk/sheps-giving
About Shepherd Neame
Shepherd Neame has been based in the market town of Faversham, Kent for over 300 years. Perhaps best known for great British classic ales such as Spitfire, which carries the Royal Warrant, its diverse portfolio includes Five Grain Lager, Bear Island East Coast Pale Ale and Bear Island Triple Hopped Lager, and the Whitstable Bay Collection. It also brews international lagers under licence including Samuel Adams Boston Lager and premium Thai lager Singha. The independent family business boasts an award-winning visitor centre and more than 300 pubs and hotels throughout London and the South East, from the historic heart of the City to the Kent coastline.
Press release from Shepherd Neame