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Do it For Dom charity event goes back to school sports day

This year the 'Do It For Dom' charity event is returning as an adventure challenge.

Dominic Subbiani is a joint owner of a well-known estate agency in Pembrokeshire, Dom was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease in 2017 of which there is no cure.

Huntington’s disease is a condition that stops parts of the brain from working properly over time.


More than £200,000 has been raised by the charity since launch in 2021. The organisers have described this year’s event as It’s a Knockout meets old school sports day.

It will take place at Sedgebrook Hall in Northampton on 20 June 2024. The headline sponsor will be iamproperty with Rightmove as platinum sponsors.

Everyone will work in teams taking part in carefully crafted sports activities catered to all skill levels including egg and spoon, wheelbarrow races, assault courses and a ‘foam attack obstacle challenge’. 

There will be big-screens in the evening to show the England Euros match followed by entertainment and dancing with DJ Dave Seed from Qube Residential.

With more than 80 already signed up, you can find out more at www.doitfordom.co.uk. 

Gold sponsors supporting the event include The ESTAS, Landmark Information Group, Nurtur Group and Brief Your Market and Ian White and the ICG Group with Crux Careers.

Tickets are £149 each and your commitment is to raise a minimum of £200 each. 

This is both a day and evening event, which includes the challenge and evening meal. 

The event will also continue to support the charity Huntington’s Disease Association and is seeking more auction prizes.

Email graham@doitfordom.co.uk or visit https://linktr.ee/doitfordom if you can help.

Find out more: https://www.justgiving.com/doit-fordom

  • Kristjan Byfield

    An incredible day for agents and suppliers alike. Sign up, you won't regret it!

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    Think I'm a bit old and crumbly for it but well done to everyone - what a great cause


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