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  • Team Angel at It's a Knockout 2011

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    Team Angel at It's a Knockout 2011

    On Sunday 26th June over 5000 people made their way to West Park for the annual ‘It’s a Knockout’ fundraising event held by Compton Hospice, that sees contestants dress up as seven foot tall budgies and ten foot giants to go through a series of challenges and assault courses from the original BBC TV show. The Compton Hospice based in Wolverhampton has been providing care to patients with life limiting illnesses for the past 28 years, and to continue to provide the same exceptional level of care to patients they would like to redevelop areas of the hospice. So to help reach the target of the £3.5m programme the charity has launched the 'Raise the Roof' appeal to raise £1m from its supporters. As part of the Compton Hospice ‘Raise the Roof’ appeal the soapy madness is the pinnacle of the Hospice’s family fun day, and this year Compton managed to raise an honourable £25,000. Team Angel consisting of (from right to left) Imogen Jackson, Andrew Foster, Sophia Slater, Richard Smith, Emma Ralph, David Clark, Karina Leach, and Abby Plant managed to come 5th again this year and achieve the £960 team sponsorship target.Team organiser Rachel Jones, Commercial Manager of Angel Springs the UK’s longest established water cooler company has commented “The team had a great time competing in the 'It’s a Knockout' competition. The weather was scorching so they were all exhausted but exhilarated at the end. We repeated our performance from last year by coming 5th out of 12 teams so at least we are consistent! I am very proud of them all for supporting me in raising money for such a worthwhile cause.” Well done everyone!