1st June 2016
Elmbridge-based law firm Mundays has raised over £4.8k following its ninth 5k run in aid of Princess Alice Hospice. This brings the total amount that the Mundays 5K has raised for the Hospice up to £40,000.
Princess Alice Hospice, based in Esher, is a charity which provides free end-of-life care to adults in a large part of Surrey, South West London and Middlesex, whilst supporting their friends and families free of charge.
The race took place in Bushy Park, Hampton on Wednesday 25th May 2016, bringing together both local and corporate runners.
The winning man was James Hoad from BP Run Club in a new race record of 15 minutes 26 seconds. The winning woman was Dee Smale from Oxshott Village Sports Club in a time of 20 minutes 48 seconds.
Valerie Toon, Managing Partner at Mundays, said: “2016 has seen a record 210 runners which shows the growing success of this event. It is great for Mundays to be able to give something back to a charity that does so much to provide vital support to local people. The annual race will return next year for the 10th anniversary.”
Mia Patterson, from Princess Alice Hospice, added: “We are delighted to once again be the beneficiary of the fabulous Mundays 5k run. It’s now the ninth year that Mundays have supported this event and we feel very lucky to have enjoyed such amazing patronage. It costs £9.1 million to provide the care we offer free of charge and we can only do it with the support of our local community and fabulous companies like Mundays”.
To donate please visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/MundaysCharity5k2016
For further information please contact Becci Hunt on 01932 590 632 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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