Running the Ealing half this Sunday for Macmillan Cancer Support
It’s race day this Sunday and nearly time to pound/stagger around the streets of Ealing. Not trained as much as I would have liked to and have a slight foot injury (I am getting the excuses in early). If you fancy seeing some mad fools running at silly o’clock on a Sunday morning the race route is here:
I shall be resplendent in the green t-shirt provided by Macmillan and with Sparky on my back, plus if its cold I will have a Stoke scarf on 😉
The charity I am running for on the 28th September is
Macmillan Cancer Support whose nurses (along with their help line) do sterling work helping those with cancer and supporting their family and friends:
Thanks as ever for your continued support and feel free to spread the word
PS there is also Centrepoint who I ran the Dorney Dash 10K for. They are the UK’s leading charity for homeless young people. It supports over 6,000 16-25 year olds into housing and employment every year. Working directly in London and the north of England, Centrepoint also partners with other organisations across the UK and gives homeless young people a voice through the Centrepoint Parliament. It conducts research and influences government policy with the overall aim of ending youth homelessness.