Radio DJs take on assault course for charity

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RADIO DJs raised cash for children – by having a go at an assault course.

The male and female teams from Wave 105 took part in the challenge at The Royal Marines Museum, Eastney, in aid of the station’s charity, Cash for Kids.

Presenter and News columnist Rick Jackson and his Wave colleague Andy Jackson, competed against newsreaders, Charlotte Butt and Liz Allaway, in the Destination Afghanistan challenge. And the ladies proved to be victorious.

Rick Jackson said: ‘We thoroughly enjoyed the challenge.

‘Andy and I are not being sore losers, as it was in aid of a great cause, Wave 105 Cash for Kids.

‘It was great to get stuck into the Marines assault course and I especially enjoyed climbing the army iron wall, commando style.’

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