The Nottingham Lions are supporting their official photographer Peter McConnochie, in his bid to complete a minimum of one monthly endurance activity between March 2015 and February 2016, raising money for a local charity in the process.
Peter running in his trademark sports kilt.
Head honcho at Urban Scot Photography, Peter has become an integral part of the off-ice team at the Lions, since joining in 2014.
His valiant efforts are all for a local East Midlands-based charity called Equation, who work tirelessly to stop domestic violence and abuse from being present in the lives of women, men and children. Working with victims, families and schools, to make a huge difference.
The year-long challenge began on March 1st, when Peter completed the Coventry Half Marathon and he plans to end his year of endurance by throwing himself out of a plane next February.
Lions Head Coach Matt Bradbury's message to Peter, during the final home game of 2014/15 season.
Lions Media Manager Simon Ball-McQueen was keen to back the team's snap-happy volunteer and said:
"We're very lucky to have a guy like Peter as part of the Lions' staff, he's fantastic to work with and his photography skills are second to none."
"He's has given us bags of his time and experience supporting the team's media and marketing, so the least we can do is ask all players, staff and supporters to sponsor him in his fantastic, year-long, fund-raising endeavours."
Peter is aiming to raise £200 per month and you can help him reach his targets by donating at http://www.justgiving.com/pmcconnochie or http://www.virginmoneygiving.com/pmcconnochie, every penny given will make a difference. You can also find a full itinerary of his challenges via these links.