Hope House 10K Charity Run Chester




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On Sunday the 10th of March, some of our brave members of staff are getting ready to take part in a 10 kilometer run to raise money for the charity, Hope House Children’s Hospices.

Their will be 16 runners taking part, all with diverse skill sets when it comes to running, who will be getting together to take on this challenge. Jessica Adie, who is our Senior Platform Executive and organiser of the running group has said:

“We’re loving getting out at lunchtimes for our 10K training. This is a great way for us to socialise, set ourselves new challenges and get fit whilst supporting a great cause. Training is going well and we’re all on track to set some new personal bests!”

The run will commence on Sunday and will see the team travel to Chester as they run through the city centre from Nuns Road where the iconic Chester Racecourse is, to outside the city along wide roads. They will pass the village of Mollington and then swiftly return back to the heart of the city centre where they will finish on Eastgate street, which will feature a fantastic backdrop of the Eastgate Clock. It is hoped to be a spectacular event with our great team at the heart of it. If you would like to sponsor our runners, click the button below:

Net World Sports are proud to be supporting Hope House Children’s Hospice. They have supported more than 750 local families who are either caring for a terminally ill child or whose child has died. Cat Dowdeswell, who is a fundraiser at Hope House said:

We are so grateful to Net World Sports for all its incredible support over the years. Without amazing local businesses like this, we would not be here for the local children and families that really need our support.”  

“Thank you also to the runners who have been putting themselves through their paces to get prepared for the 10K. Best of luck to you all, we can’t wait to see you cross the finish line.” 

If you would like to support Hope Houses campaign to help families in need then you can find there website here: https://www.hopehouse.org.uk/

 By: Matthew Walker-Mills

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