AHOY Centre Row Challenge accepted by GMS Estates16th August 2018
The AHOY Centre hosted a charity event yesterday for 12 teams within the property industry to row 8.5 miles on the River Thames. They would pass the Houses of Parliament through the centre of London, under Tower Bridge with the finish at The AHOY Centre in Greenwich.
Originally Jason Smith would row with Hall Kemp, however after suffering from a broken collar bone he was unable to compete. Thankfully James Lawrie stepped in and helped their team come 2nd!
James pictured in the first position, having the most difficult role of setting the pace for the whole team.
Between the 12 teams over £25,000 was raised to for the charity.
The AHOY centre are a Watersports based Charity changing people’s lives and building life skills through sailing and rowing.
Their primary objective is giving opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk youths and they offer opportunities for disabled people to participate in activities and courses on an equal level.