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Team Caterer run 10k for charity

me&emma 10k run.jpgOn Sunday, myself and pubs & bars editor, Emma White headed to London to take part in the British 10k run.

We were running for Hospitality Action, and it was great to see a huge number of lesser-known charities out there such as St Dunstan's (help and support charity for blind ex-Service men) and Crossroads - Caring for Carers as well as Cancer Research, Anthony Nolan Trust and the Rainbow Trust.

The race started at 9.35am at Hyde Park corner, and being two of 37,000 runners that morning it took us just over an hour to get to the start line - not great for our nerves!

The course took us through central London passing some of the most famous tourist attractions including Trafalgar Square, St Pauls and Westminster.

Luckily the weather held up and despite start-line nerves, we both completed the race in just over an hour!

If you would like to sponsor us there is still time - log onto our JustGiving page at www.justgiving.com/team_caterer

 

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