Challenges 2017 update

  Posted on 27th July 2016 by Loralee Hyde in Event News, UFBA News

Challenges 2017 update

Challenge locations and dates

Hot on the heels of completing the 2016 events season we are now able to announce the majority of the 2017 challenge locations and dates.

Please start pencilling these dates into your brigade calendars. Unless the date or location has (TBC) next to it, these dates are confirmed and will not be changed.

Date Challenge Location
21 January Region 2 Waterways Carterton (TBC)
(TBC) Region 1 Waterways (TBC)
4 February Region 4 Waterways Clutha/Wanaka
18 February Region 3 Waterways Ross
2-4 March National Waterways Kamo
25 March South Island Combat Alexandra (TBC)
8 April North Island Combat Palmerston North
5-6 May National Combat Wellington
20 May (TBC) Regional RCR (TBC)
3 June (TBC) Regional RCR (TBC)
20-22 July Australasian RCR Hamilton
August (TBC) National Drivers (TBC)
19-21 October Australasian Waterways Carterton

Looking for hosts

There is still a number of opportunities for brigades and Provincials to host events. Hosting a UFBA event is a great opportunity to strengthen the camaraderie of your brigade.

There are also some opportunities to fundraise for your brigade or Association. And bringing an event to your community has some economic benefits for your township.

Showcase your brigade

Hosting an event for the UFBA doesn’t have to be hard work, and you don’t have to have done one before OR have a competing team in the event.

The UFBA Events team will help you every step of the way. The UFBA look after all the big stuff, make all the bookings and secure all the resources. Catering, venue and resource sourcing and willing helpers is all it takes to be a great host.

Hosting an event is a great opportunity to showcase your district and brigade and make new friends. If you would like to consider being a host for one of our events next year, contact Ceara in the UFBA office on 027 201 2212 or ceara to get more information.

Photo: UFBA 2016 National Firefighter Combat Challenge, Wellington. Credit: Nicole Dobson

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