FAST team takes on the Cotswold Way Ultra Challenge for charity

Paul Durham, the managing director of Fuel Additive Science Technologies Ltd along with Scott Mace, account manager, and his wife, Vicki, are taking part in a tough challenge to raise awareness and support for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

FAST team challenge themselves in support of Motor Neurone Disease Association

This is a charity close to Scott as his brother-in-law was diagnosed with motor neurone disease at the tender age of 28 and is now bed-bound from this awful disease.

The challenge takes place on Sunday 25 June and will see the team making an early start in Wotton-under-Edge in Gloucestershire before taking on a tough looped route through the heart of the Cotswolds, that provides a stunning but testing setting for their 50km ultra trek until they reach the finish line in Cirencester.

Stop the suffering

Scott explains why they are taking this on: “Just when my brother’s life and future was looking promising it has all been taken away from him.

“We are doing this trek to raise as much as we can to stop this from happening to anyone else in the future. we need to find a cure and we need to stop it.

“Please give as much as you can – every little helps towards finding a cure and giving people that suffer with this disease equipment to help them day to day.”

The MND Association focuses on improving access to care, research and campaigning for those living with or affected by MND in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. If you wish to donate to show your support for the FAST team you can do so here:

“Any donations welcome and if your company donates over £100 your company will be sponsored on our t-shirts,” Scott promises.