Staff take part in Sport Relief fun
Published: Thursday 5th April 12
Directa Staff help raise money for Sports Relief 2012
Tennis racquets and trainers were donned by workers at Directa in Cold Norton to raise money for Sports Relief. Every member of staff took part in the day of sports challenges on Friday, making donations to be used
to help disadvantaged people around the world.
Games of Keepy Uppy were played, where staff had to see how long they could balance a ball on their knees and a golf game of
Hole in One was held.
There was then a sweepstake, where members of Directa had to guess where David Walliams was in the Thames and
which celebrity voice was talking.
Cheryl Thompson of Directa said: "It was a great day and everyone had fun raising money for Sports Relief." The company, which has
over 50 staff raised £282.