Newark Half Marathon

Raised
£475
Target
£300
158%
158% Raised
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A team of runners from Newark and Sherwood District Council are taking to the streets of Newark for the town’s annual half marathon in aid of Home-Start Newark. 

John Robinson, Alan Bell, Maria Brambles, Adel Hamad and Richard Huthwaite will be running the 13.1 mile course to help raise vital funds that will contribute to the work of Home-Start Newark in giving vital support to families with young children. 

The district council works in close partnership with Home-Start Newark, which is one of a number of charities that council chairman, Rob Crowe, is keen to support.

John said: “All parents to young children know it’s sometimes tough. Home-Start is a brilliant charity and its work benefits not only each immediate family but the wider community as well. It’s more than worth the effort and pain that will be required!”

Thank you so much for your support and donations.
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Joanna Farr
14 Aug, 2019
Well done x
£5.00
Sue Stott
12 Aug, 2019
Well done all.
£10.00
Ronnie White
09 Aug, 2019
Good luck team NSDC x
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John's fundraising page will be accepting donations for another 22 days.
John's fundraising stats
Online donations: £475.00
Match funding: £0.00
Raised offline: £0.00
Gift Aid: £115.00
Total raised: £590.00
John is fundraising for Home-Start Newark

Providing support to parents with young children at home by recruiting and training volunteers
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About Newark Half Marathon

The 4th Eden Hall Middlebeck Newark Half Marathon is a flat to undulating, fast and scenic summer race on mainly closed roads. It has a fun run and entertainment for all the family in support of our Newark based charity partners. The setting is historic Newark with its castle and civil war museum. ​ The race starts and finishes at the Sconce Park, site of civil war battles, passes the Ice Age Journey dig, where our ancestors settled over 13,000 years ago, skirts East Stoke, site of the bloodiest civil battle through Elston, birth place of the Darwin family and then back to the Sconce Park.

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