In pictures: CBA Events hosts annual Dragon Bay charity extravaganza

CBA Events held its Dragon Bay charity event, in aid of local charity Paddlers for Life, on 30 September at the Low Wood Bay Hotel on Windermere.

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The fun-filled day included five rounds of head to head races, a tug of war competition and even team hakas.

Teams involved included: Castle Park School, Conlon Construction, James Fisher Shipping Services, NHS Morecambe Bay and the Low Wood Health Club. All teams performed remarkably on the day, however Conlon Construction was the overall winner with a time of one minute and eleven seconds, raising £3,000 for its chosen charity North West Children’s Support Group. The charity use 100% of the money they raise to take disabled children from Lancashire on holiday every year.

Tim Green, CBA’s production and events director said: "It was a fantastic day. All the teams had a great sense of team spirit and were smiling all day, despite the wet weather.

"It was a lot of fun to be part of and we raised money for charity which is the most important thing. Everyone without exception said they were looking forward to Dragon Bay 2018."

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