Enham Trust chosen as Charity of the YearProfessional paintballing team London Fearless supports leading disability charity Enham Trust for 2015

Professional paintballing team, London Fearless, have chosen to support leading Hampshire-based disability charity Enham Trust as Charity of the Year for 2015 as they enjoy their most exciting year yet; beginning the season with third place in the Champion Paintballing Series “Living the Dream” tournament in Rome.

Established in 2011 and led by Andover-based player Oli Huppertz, London Fearless is a southern UK Paintball team, competing in Millennium, Champions Paintball Series (CPS) and Central Premier Paintball Series (CPPS) events across the world. Having already won several international awards, the team is taking the professional paintballing scene by storm; a scene widely regarded as the fastest growing extreme sport in the world with over 12 million active players in the USA alone! For the team, some of whom have physical and learning disabilities, supporting Enham Trust for 2015 was an easy decision to make. The trust supports over 7,500 disabled and disadvantaged people across the country to live the lives they choose; gaining greater independence in every aspect of their lives.

By wearing the Enham Trust logo on their kits, talking about Enham Trust’s work during presentations and fundraising during competitions, the team hope to help raise the profile of the charity.

“Playing paintball around the globe with people that are like my family is an amazing privilege. To be able to top it all off by raising awareness and money for Enham Trust is just a huge bonus,” says London Fearless team member and Head of Enham Industries Oli Huppertz. “We support a team that is made up of disabled players that have lost limbs or have learning disabilities. We are proud to fly the Enham logo on our playing tops! …The Power of Yes resonates with all of London Fearless!”

For more information about London Fearless, please visit: www.londonfearless.webs.com

For more information about Enham Trust, please visit: www.enhamtrust.org.uk

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