West Norfolk goes the extra mile for Sport Relief

TERRINGTON ST ClEMENT PRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS RELIEF                                                        
 
Pupils from 5/6 JK class baked all manner of breads for Sports Relief.  From left  Jasmine Harper, Maxine Bearman, Brookes Gee, Jake Schrier , Daniel Coe, Owen Briggs, Chad Brown and Alex Tokaji ANL-140321-160622001

TERRINGTON ST ClEMENT PRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS RELIEF Pupils from 5/6 JK class baked all manner of breads for Sports Relief. From left Jasmine Harper, Maxine Bearman, Brookes Gee, Jake Schrier , Daniel Coe, Owen Briggs, Chad Brown and Alex Tokaji ANL-140321-160622001

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Over 100 fundraisers pulled on their trainers and took their toddlers and even their dogs to complete the Sport Relief Mile at Lynnsport’s 
running track on Sunday morning.

Around 120 dedicated runners of all ages took part, with families and regular runners taking up the track alongside each other to run either the one-, three- or six-mile distance.

King's Lynn Sport Relief Mile at Lynnsport Athletics Track ANL-140324-090802002

King's Lynn Sport Relief Mile at Lynnsport Athletics Track ANL-140324-090802002

Organiser Victoria King said: “It was a good event and went very well. We had a big warm up with everyone before and even though it was cold and had been raining, everyone completed at least one mile.

 

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