Brandon Trust benefits from Frenchay 10k

Published on: 04 Aug 2014

RUNNERS in this year’s Frenchay 10k raised nearly £6,000 to help improve the lives of people with learning disabilities and autism.

Frenchay 10k secretary Bob Hadden with Brandon Trust’s Clair Thompson.

 

RUNNERS in this year’s Frenchay 10k raised nearly £6,000 to help improve the lives of people with learning disabilities and autism.

Brandon Trust, which operates services across Bristol and South Gloucestershire, was a chosen charity for the successful April event. The final total of £5,929.86 came from a generous event committee donation plus sponsorship money from 10 people running in aid of the charity.

Community and events fundraising manager Clair Thompson said: “We’re grateful Frenchay 10k selected us as a chosen charity. It was a great event and an amazing way to kick off our 20th anniversary celebrations and we hope to work together again in the future.  A big thank you to all.”

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