Team Brass Monkey from Stanthorpe with captain Adrian Jannenga (pictured) will compete in Channel 7's new TV show Australian Spartan airing in early 2018.
Team Brass Monkey from Stanthorpe with captain Adrian Jannenga (pictured) will compete in Channel 7's new TV show Australian Spartan airing in early 2018. S.ANDERSEN

Channel 7 to film in Stanthorpe

A TEAM from Stanthorpe will compete in Channel 7's new TV show Australian Spartan.

Team Brass Monkey consisting Adrian Jannenga, Scott Beesley and Amanda Gempton will be part of the new show which is described as the world's toughest team obstacle competition.

Channel 7 will be in Stanthorpe tomorrow at 1pm to film team Brass Monkeys in their home town.

Team captain Adrian said he hoped to get "a bit of a crowd” showing everyone what Stanthorpe is all about.

"Everyone here is always willing to give a hand and help each other out,” Adrian said.

Come down to the Brass Monkey (corner of Railway and Maryland St) and support Adrian, Scott and Amanda while being filmed by Channel 7.

Don't miss this opportunity to show your support for team Brass Monkey!

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