Last Sunday, a group of over 300 West Midlands police officers, family and friends flocked to Liverpool to take part in the half and full marathon to raise funds and awareness for MNDA and Primrose Hospice...
A huge congratulations to Julie, who recently completed an epic 100 mile challenge to raise funds towards the refurb of the cancer ward at The Children's Hospital Charity in Sheffield - inspired by the outstanding care her son Stan has received over the course of his treatment since 2017.
"This challenge is to honour all the children treated for cancer that we have got to know over the last 3 years. It's for those children we knew who so very sadly died from cancer. It's the biggest thank you to all the staff involved who have cared for Stan and helped us as a family. And of course this is for my son Stan, who has shown so much courage and strength of character throughout that I couldn't be any more proud of him. Thank you so much for any donations."
Earlier this year, keen cyclists Professor Robert Copeland and Ian Brookes - who both work at Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) - set themselves the Beat The Border challenge of cycling 750km in just three days to support the Yorkshire Cancer Research Tour de Walkshire campaign.
“Just remember that difficult doesn’t mean impossible and with the right mindset impossible actually says I’m Possible.” We recently marked an incredible achievement for marathon man Gary McKee, who this year took on the epic challenge of completing 110 marathons in 110 days in memory of his father Victor.
We recently had the honour of marking an incredible achievement for 12-year-old Willowfield Harrier Emer McKee from Belfast after competitive road racing made a spectacular return last month. Emer recorded an amazing time of 16:40 (that's a blistering 5:22 min/mi pace) in the ChampionChip Ireland 5K at Down Royal.