Angus Clutterbuck

to spend 24 Hours in a Liferaft


Angus Clutterbuck from the Warsash Maritime Academy is preparing to brave the elements and experience what every sailor hopes they NEVER have to do for real - spend 24 hours in a liferaft.

On Friday 21st March a team of students from Warsash Maritime Academy (part of Southampton Solent University), including Angus, will clamber into their raft and commence learning at first hand just what it would be like to be cast adrift as their boat sinks behind them. But this challenge is not only a chance to enhance their studies, but a great opportunity to raise funds and awareness for those whose difficult times will last a great deal longer than 24 hours - UK families living with cancer.

Angus says:

"I would like to take part in the Liferaft Challenge 2014 because I like a challenge, since I am going into a maritime career it would also be a beneficial challenge. At the same time, Cancer is currently one of the biggest worldwide challenges to overcome. If I can do my part to help find a cure for cancer by raising money, then I will be proud to do so."

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Donors & messages of support

Good luck with the liferaft challenge teddy bear!!

Best of luck with the challenge!

Thanks to Happy Toast Bakery for their donations
From Mr Angus B Cluuterbuck

Good luck man!
From Mr Thomas P Frankel

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