22nd May 2014
Mundays’ seventh 5K run for Princess Alice Hospice has raised over £10,000 taking the total amount raised to £27,000.
Princess Alice Hospice was established in 1985 and provides end of life care to adult patients and support to their families and friends across a large part of Surrey, south west London and Middlesex, free of charge.
The race, which took place in Bushy Park, Hampton Court, was run by 200 people, with teams from local businesses also donning their running shoes.
Anthony Bourne from BP Running Club was the first man over the line, finishing in 0:16:50, with Emily Scott from Rawlinson & Hunter was the first woman to finish not far behind, running the race in 0:20:56.
The Hospice ran its popular cake stall and free professional photographs from Sussex Sport Photography are now available to download.
Managing Partner Valerie Toon, from Mundays, said: “Now in its seventh year, this run is an established event and it is fantastic to see so many local individuals and businesses committing their time to running this race for such a great cause. Princess Alice Hospice does vital work providing end of life care to adult patients in the region and it is an honour to be able to support this charity.”
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