Kym-Lee is one tough mudda

Bakehouse Gym charity challenge.'Pictured are Kym-Lee with Dan Osborne, Tony Checkley, Lee Evans & Karl Frasier
Bakehouse Gym charity challenge.'Pictured are Kym-Lee with Dan Osborne, Tony Checkley, Lee Evans & Karl Frasier

A Rugby woman is taking on one of the toughest physical challenges in the country to raise money for charity. Kym-Lee Boyd, 29, will be taking on the ToughMudder challenge on May 4 as part of a team of around 20 people from the Bakehouse Lane gym in Rugby. The team are being trained at the gym, led by Karl Frasier, for the obstacle course designed by the special forces. Kym-Lee said: “We have been training for the ToughMudder since January for three charities. My aunt has breast cancer and is on her third set of chemo. Watching her go through this had made me realise just how unaweare people are of the affects of this disease.” Money raised will go to Rugby Myton Hospice, Hamilton House and Help for Heroes. A fundraiser will be held at the gym on April 20 from 12 to 4pm where there will be leg waxing, a head shave, face painting, snacks and family fun. Donations can be made via the gym.