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Friday, November 30, 2012
A team from R G Carter has triumphed over 11 other professional firms over a gruelling seven month sporting challenge – helping to raise £2,500 for the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind in the process.
The construction firm took the trophy in the third annual Arnolds Keys Sports Challenge, which saw solicitors, bankers, architects, and property consultants doing battle in a range of sports, including touch rugby, canoeing, a multi-sports Olympic challenge, ten-pin bowling, darts and a quiz finale.
Accountants PKF took second place, with Arnolds Keys themselves in the bronze medal position.
The Arnolds Keys Sports Challenge was established by Norfolk property firm Arnolds Keys to offer a combination of networking and social activity for professionals across Norwich, and to raise money for its charity of the year, which for 2012/13 is NNAB.
The trophy was presented to R G Carter by Arnolds Keys partner Craig Knights after the final event, a pub quiz hosted by the City College’s St Andrew’s House conference facility.
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