Policy Link to take part in Tough Mudder

Thu Aug 05 2021

Policy Link to take part in Tough Mudder

Here at Policy Link we are taking part in Tough Mudder on the 5th of September to raise money for a worthy charity. Our chosen charity is Watermill School, who are in need of some more specialist equipment to help support children with disabilities who attend the school. Any money we raise will go a long way in helping to buy this equipment. 

We have set up a Go Fund Me page for this event, with iRevolution Group and Kingsway doing the same, between the three of us we aim to raise £5,000 for Watermill School. At the time of writing we have raised over £1,400 which we are delighted with, and there is still plenty of time for donations to come in. 

If you would like to donate money to support Watermill School, you can do so via the link below. Any and all donations are appreciated.


Watermill School

The pupils at Watermill School all have some form of learning difficulties, which range from moderate to severe, with some of the students having multiple learning difficulties or autism. Watermill School has been carefully designed to provide support for a wide range of pupil’s needs, whether they need physical, social, educational or even emotional support. The school has features and equipment that can help the pupils, such as a hydrotherapy pool, specialist classrooms, and outdoor spaces. 

Any money we raise for this amazing school will help them purchase even more, much needed specialist equipment. 

Tough Mudder

Tough Mudder is a real challenge, but it can also be a great deal of fun. Most people would take part in Tough Mudder to raise money for their chosen charities, as well as having a great day out. It consists of a series of obstacle courses and mud runs that will test you mentally and physically, but at the same time you do not have the pressure of it being competitive, as there is a sense of community as people will help each other out.

Most importantly, after a day filled with fun, sweat and mud, we would have hopefully raised a lot of money for Watermill School.