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3,000 push ups in November... proves to be no mean feat for Sowerbys team

Property visits and fundraising push ups are all in a day’s work for Sowerbys’ property specialists this month.

Managing Director Max and his team have been stretching their muscles to the limit for the Teenage Cancer Trust by completing 3,000 push ups in November for Teenage Cancer Trust.

The challenge, set by the charity, raises money to support young people diagnosed with Cancer.

Max and his team must each complete 3,000 push ups by the end of the month – that’s 100 push ups each every day.

With just one week left arms are truly aching. So far the team have raised almost £300 but hope to double that total performing the final day of push ups on Hunstanton cliff top.

Max said: "My strategy is to complete 100 push ups a day, hitting the 3,000 mark on November 30th.

"The Teenage Cancer Trust is a fantastic charity providing essential support for young people going through an unimaginably difficult time.

"So many people today know someone who has been affected by Cancer at some point, so I am delighted to have members of the Sowerbys team joining me on this fundraising mission."


Joining Max on the challenge is Jonathon Wood, Norwich branch Manager and Valuer; Mario Vintila, King's Lynn branch Assistant Manager and Valuer; Sam Jones, Dereham branch Manager and Valuer; Katie Huggins, Fakenham Property Specialist and Valuer; and Daniel Davies, Burnham Market Property Specialist.

Fitting in the exercise wherever and whenever possible, they’ve been spotted doing push ups in public locations right across the county, from Norwich’s iconic market stalls to Castle Mall, Wells quay and Burnham Market Green.

Along the way they’ve also inspired others to drop and give a set - including North Norfolk MP Duncan Baker who posted a video message spurring the team on.


Max added: "We have a wonderful team spirit at Sowerbys and travel all over the county to help people find their dream home. It is quite entertaining for people who spot us. I hope to raise an incredible contribution for the charity."

Teenage Cancer Trust provides life-changing care and support so young people don't have to face Cancer alone. Every day, seven young people aged 13-24 hear the words "you have cancer.”


They each need specialised nursing care and support to get them through the toughest times they may have faced.

Keep an eye on Sowerbys' Facebook and Instagram to see how the team get on.

Everyone is welcome to cheer them on as they complete the challenge on Hunstanton cliffs, next the Hunstanton lighthouse, at 9:30am on November 30.