Congratulations to all the Participants of Race4All 2015!
Race 4 All 2015 hosted at Woodchester Mansion Park, took place on Saturday 20th June and was a great success, helping to raise funds for many local charities.
Over 50 runners and walkers took on the 5K route through the beautiful Woodchester Park with the top three finishing at an impressive speed at just over the 20 minute mark.
Crossroad Care hopes to raise over £600 for their amazing cause from the Race 4 All which will be used to provide breaks for unpaid cares. Helen Baker CEO of Crossroads Care says ”It was a fantastic day out for our Crossroads Staff and supporters, great to be able to do something positive in the sunshine for a cause so dear to our hearts”
Noel from Christian Aid said: ‘It was fantastic to see different organisations joining together for the benefit of young people in Stroud, carers in Gloucestershire and women in Ethiopia. All from the beautiful setting of lakes and woods of Woodchester Mansion. The event was a little sign of people of good will coming together, and for me, another little pointer to what the Kingdom of God looks like.’
1st Place: Andrew Topping 2nd Place: Henrik Humphries 3rd Place: Tim Ennis
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