The COVER team has raised over £1,500 for Cancer Research UK. Departing editor Angela Faherty (left)...
The COVER team has raised over £1,500 for Cancer Research UK. Departing editor Angela Faherty (left) and new editor Johanna Gornitzki ran a 5km course in London's Battersea Park, part of the charity's Race for Life event. While no world records were broken, Angela and Johanna impressed the crowd by finishing in under 25 minutes.
Angela and Johanna would like to thank the following companies for their support: Virgin Money, Scottish Widows,Skandia, Defaqto, Pioneer, Bright Grey, UnumProvident, Royal Liver, Quill Communications, CBK Colchester, LifeSearch, BCWA, Standard Life and Norwich Union.
Also special thanks for personal donations from John Joseph, Mike Williams, Fiona Faherty, Ronnie Martin, Dale Tranter, Tim Field, Steve Casey,Graham Harman and John Dubois.
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