Runners preparing to cut to the chase at annual fund-raiser
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Godmanchester Running Club’s first-ever Santa Chase proved so successful that the event is set to return again this month.
Members of the club donned their best festive outfits and grabbed buckets and tins for a jog around the town at last year’s inaugural event, with £1,380 collected for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Dozens of runners took part and, building on the success of the first event, the club will be doing more of the same on December 18, starting at 3.45pm at the Chinese Bridge.
Participants will go on a tour of the pubs in the town, and will be collecting funds for Godmanchester’s Amy Bosse, a disabled mum who is fundraising to pay for
adaptations to her home.
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To find out more about Amy and the fundraising, log on to: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/godmanchester-running-club.
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