Citizens Advice Service team get muddy to raise funds for charity

Dumfries and Galloway Citizens Advice Service’s staff and volunteers are taking part in Tough Mudder Scotland to raise funds for the charity.

The team are tackling the event on July 3 under the team name The Scrambled Legs. Tough Mudder is a 10km obstacle course run made more difficult by its muddy terrain.

Volunteer Ella Cavani said: “We wanted to raise awareness of the service within the community and also raise some funds to support D&G CAS continue to help those who need it most. Volunteering with the service is very rewarding, and I was keen to do as much as I could to help. It will certainly be a challenge, but one for a worthwhile cause’.

If you would like to keep up to date with The Scrambled Legs’ progress or donate to their fundraising campaign, you can do so online at

You can also see other ways to help, including details about volunteering on the D&G CAS website: The organisation’s advice is always free, impartial and confidential.

Whilst appreciative of any donations, they are not expected and are not considered as ‘payment’ for it services but instead as a ‘gift’ to help aid the overall work of the service as a charity.