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Last year I went to watch my friend run the marathon and I was overcome with pride. This year I am doing it, although I've not yet worked out how-
I am running the 2018 Virgin London Marathon for national disability charity Livability, who create choices for disabled people and brings life to local communities. Livability believes that everyone should have the freedom to live their life and have the chance to use their abilities. (you can read more on livability by clicking on their logo on my panel.)
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2018 Virgin Money London Marathon – 22 April 2018
The London Marathon is a long-
Over 70 children earned their very own medals running 2km at a Northampton 'mini marathon'.
The event, held on Sunday (May 21/17), came together 'by accident', says the mother who organised it, who at first only started the event for a few friends. Within days she had 67 children signed up to run with her 5-
Lindsay Shenton, from Far Cotton, said: "I'm amazed at how well it took care of itself. I had to start saying no to parents who wanted to sign their children up because I was worried about where I was going to find all the medals.
Lindsay Shenton – Far Cotton Shows Enterprise
Meet Lindsay Shenton
Lindsay Shenton from Far Cotton will be running the London Marathon in April 2018 for a disability charity called Livability. She is looking for ways to raise sponsorship and looks forward to assistance from the Association of Far Cotton Enterprises in return for her promoting it through the many fundraising events that she is organising.
The appropriate links are provided in her Panel below. Please donate, Lindsay would be pleased to know that she has the support of local enterprises.
Lindsay has organised a Night of Variety where she is hoping to host 200 people for the same charity (see flyer). In return for promotion through social media and events that she is organising, she welcomes a raffle prize from local enterprises. You can thus take opportunity of helping out to promote your own enterprise. You can also enjoy the night–tickets are only £10 each.
Lindsay has also organised a Night of Variety for the same charity (see flyer) where she is hoping to host 200 people. In return for promotion through social media and events that she is organising, she welcomes raffle prizes from local enterprises. You can thus take opportunity of helping out to promote your own enterprise. Why not enjoy the star studded night as well – tickets are only £10 each.