ClearDebt staff stepped up to take part in the Great Manchester Run 2013 – raising a staggering £3,000 for our charity of the year – The Wellspring Centre.
On Sunday 26th May, ClearDebt staff stepped up to take part in the Great Manchester Run 2013, raising a staggering £3,000 for our charity of the year – The Wellspring. Congratulations to everyone who ran the 10k – a huge achievement which has raised a lot of money for a worthy cause.
‘The Wellspring is delighted with the support we have received from ClearDebt, we would like to thank everyone who ran for The Wellspring, the fundraising you have done will make a massive difference to the lives of homeless and disadvantaged people in Stockport, would like to especially thank Mark Love for being mad enough to run dressed as a speed camera!’
Jonathan Billings, Project Manager – The Wellspring
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Great day, very hard work and very warm but I got to the finish. Happy to support The Wellspring – hopefully this will help them continue their good work’
Exceeded my expectations, it’s a personal best for me’
I had a fantastic day. The event was extremely well organised. I was pleased with my time and delighted to have helped raise money for a very worthy cause.”
I set myself a goal to get back into fitness and taking part in the Great Manchester Run reignited my drive, I was over the moon with my time and hope to improve on it next year – I’ve already decided to do the Great North Run in just a few weeks’ time!”
I thoroughly enjoyed the race, there was an amazing atmosphere and I’m really proud of the runners raising so much money for the Wellspring’
This years Manchester 10k run was a great success. It was the 3rd time I have entered and thanks to the support from the crowd & the weather on the day this was definitely my most enjoyable yet. I was really pleased with my time but overall it was just great to be a part of such a well organised event. A big thanks to everyone from Cleardebt/Abacus for their support in raising funds for such a worthy cause!