I’m a ‘normal’ bloke - married with a young family, Benjamin aged 6 and Holly aged 2. Work is a significant part of my life, second only to my family, and I continually strive for success within my field.Although I have never excelled at sports, rugby has always been a great lov...
It's so difficult to know where to start; I want to tell you about the absolute joy the first time I ran. I felt like I was alive again and free. I picked up a pamphlet published by The Mental Health Foundation as I waited for yet another painful visit with the Community Mental H...
to sunshine - cold but sunshine! My fundraising target is sitting at over £2,000 with Gift Aid - so hopefully each charity will get £1,000. I orginally set out to just raise £250 each, so I'm so grateful to everyone who has donated. I set out to follow
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-ordination, plus plenty of mud, glorious mud...Two races, plus the biggest hot tub in the landWhether you’re a fun runner, charity fundraiser or hardened adventure runner, there are two races to choose from in the Dirty Weekend, plus two junior races for the kids
them to run from Greenwich to The Mall. The race has helped to make London the world capital of marathon running as well as creating a charity fund-raising vehicle that is now the nation’s most successful single event. Last year alone runners
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I've had ME for nearly seven years now. For the first four I rested as advised but was getting nowhere and had gained three stone in weight. July 1 2008 was my 'change' day - I decided to start exercising and did a 2K walk which took 23 minutes and exhausted me! I also started lo...
, the team would joke ‘you’ll be good at this one!’Paula fundraises for Henshaws Society for Blind People. To find out more or to run for the charity, visit henshaws.org.uk
: Get into an area where people are going that fast and stay with it, as it's very hard to go quicker than the group that surrounds you.Kevin Simmonds: The fundraising/publicity/charity aspect has become bigger than the race. Having said that
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