Posted on 18th June 2019
Louise and Patsy are no ordinary ladies! Their first mission was to become ‘Ultimate Warriors’. Their second bright idea was to enter a half-marathon after only two running sessions together! Crazy you say….absolutely!!
Louise and Patsy are colleagues working at BHBPA Member Bennett Oakley Solicitors. This is their first ever half-marathon and they have decided to make it challenging by entering a trail running event, namely the Serpent Trail Half-Marathon. At the time of writing, they have just ten weeks to go. Can they go from zero to running heroines?? They need all the help they can get so please give generously!
They have chosen to raise funds for St Peter and St James Hospice as the hospice has been exemplary in their care of friends of the ladies that have passed away. They are also currently caring for a friend who is in the hospice receiving palliative care.
Louise and Patsy are colleagues working at BHBPA Member Bennett Oakley Solicitors. They would appreciate some assistance in sponsoring them to raise money for donation to charitable causes. Please click on the link
They are using Virgin Money to raise sponsorship as they pass on 100% of the proceeds to the charity.
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