|Great North Run 2009|
Tony, David & Ian taken part in the BUPA Great North Run
On the 16th September 2012 Tony, David & Ian took part in the BUPA Great North Run on behalf of the Antal Charitable Foundation. All money raised was donated to The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award - the world’s leading achievement award for young people.
The Duke of Edinburgh is a charity who aims to create a world where young people can reach their full potential whatever their circumstances. Their ethos is to enable every young person of every background to do their DofE and succeed, regardless of any barriers.
They work with a wide range of UK businesses allowing their employees, trainees, graduates and apprentices to benefit from a life-changing Gold DofE Award programme. In return, businesses support the Charity’s growth through donations that enable many more young people from all backgrounds to do their DofE in the wider community.
Named ‘the cultural fabric of the North East’ – The BUPA Great North Run stretches across 13.1 miles, passing the iconic Tyne Bridge and finishing at the coastal town of South Shields. Please help keep the guys motivated and achieve their goal time of 2 hours by sponsoring them and this worthy cause by clicking here:
In 2009 we sponsored David Crossley who ran the 'Great North Run" in aid of Cancer Research.
We sponsored him £250.
"Thank you very much for sponsoring me. Your donation really means a lot to me and to Cancer Research UK.If you want to see pictures of the race, let me know as they will be held on Facebook"