Doctors, nurses, and staff from Bradford Royal Infirmary’s A&E department are gearing up to trade their stethoscopes for muddy challenges. In a bid to support Bradford Hospitals’ Charity, they will tackle the rigorous Total Warrior obstacle course.

As the official NHS charity of Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Bradford Hospitals’ Charity aims to enhance patient care, treatment, and the hospital environment by funding additional equipment and projects beyond the standard NHS provisions.

A dedicated team of 36 professionals, including doctors, nurses, clinical, and clerical staff, is set to conquer the daunting 12km course, braving a formidable array of 30 challenging obstacles at Bramham Park, Leeds, on 1 July.

Senior Sister Lucy Lowe expressed her enthusiasm for the event, stating, “We’re all really looking forward to the event. Not only will we be raising money to enhance patient services, but it will also give us an opportunity to test our teamwork skills in a healthy and exciting way.”

Bradford Hospitals’ Charity Director, Sharon Milner, commended the commitment of the NHS staff, highlighting their contagious enthusiasm and dedication to providing exceptional compassionate care and treatment. She conveyed her heartfelt gratitude to the team for their fundraising efforts, which will help support projects aimed at improving patient care. Milner also wished them luck and a memorable experience in the muddy adventure.

If you would like to sponsor the A&E team and contribute to their cause, please visit their fundraising page at:

For more information on fundraising or making a donation to Bradford Hospitals’ Charity, please visit their website at:, contact them via email at, or call 01274 274809.