FRANTIC fun is promised as a charity challenge comes to Weymouth this summer.

Dorset disability charity Diverse Abilities is bringing Totally Wiped Out, a team building obstacle course inspired by hit television shows such as Total Wipe Out, It’s a Knockout and Gladiators, to Lodmoor Country Park on Saturday, July 1.

The following day there will be more wild and wacky fun as the course is set up at Canford School near Wimborne.

The charity says the Totally Wiped Out course is designed to test the determination of all who attempt the challenge and Diverse Abilities is inviting participants to brave the challenge to raise funds for children and adults living with disabilities in the county.

The course features a combination of inflatable and water-based sections where balance, flexibility and skill hold the key to success.

A punch wall will try to knock challengers off a ledge, the inflatable balls will bounce unsteady participants in to the water and the sweeper arm will attempt to knock other from their podium.

Sharon Wells, events fundraiser at Diverse Abilities, said: “Why not get a team of friends, family or work colleagues together and join the fun course of exciting and challenging games?

“By signing up for this entertaining event, participants will be actively supporting the work of Diverse Abilities, while having a great time in the sunshine.”

Teams of between eight and 10 are required to take part and registration for both events are now open.

To take part registration is only £60 per team until April 1, thereafter it will increase to £120 per team.

The minimum sponsorship per team is £600 and all funds raised will be supporting Diverse Abilities to continue running its vital services.

The charity supports more than 600 families in Dorset through a range of services including its respite centre, special day school and helping adults to live independently in their own homes.

For more information or to sign up to the Totally Wiped Out event visit or email