GALLERY: College of West Anglia Uniformed Services students take on gruelling RAF assault course

11:40 02 June 2014

Challenge Day organised by the Uniformed Services section of the College of West Anglia.

Challenge Day organised by the Uniformed Services section of the College of West Anglia.

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Uniformed Services students clambered over walls, carried tyres and waded through water during a gruelling team challenge day.

About 160 College of West Anglia students, from campuses at King’s Lynn, Cambridge and Isle, took part in the RAF organised day in the grounds of Plaxtole House in King’s Lynn.

They were divided into teams of eight and took on an assault course, gun run and tug-of-war before being rewarded for their efforts with a barbecue.

The winning year group was Lynn campus’s second year National Extended Diploma students, who were presented with a shield.

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