Course of action

PUBLISHED: 12:45 05 January 2007 | UPDATED: 22:28 28 May 2010

Our picture shows Cllr Baldry just after completing her run

Our picture shows Cllr Baldry just after completing her run

A Chatteris councillor joined 300 fellow epilepsy sufferers in a run around the countryside at Wymondham, Norfolk, to raise cash for Epilepsy Action. Fifty-three-year old Councillor Diane Baldry had only been running for 10 weeks, received a medal after c

A Chatteris councillor joined 300 fellow epilepsy sufferers in a run around the countryside at Wymondham, Norfolk, to raise cash for Epilepsy Action.

Fifty-three-year old Councillor Diane Baldry had only been running for 10 weeks, received a medal after completing the 6.2-mile undulating course in 70 minutes.

So far, people have pledged £280. Cllr Baldry has agreed to match whatever she raises and said that if any readers wish to make donations they would be gratefully received.


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