Isle help! Young people support fellow student with a charity fun run

Uniform services students from the isle campus wisbech took part in a charity run to raise funds for

Uniform services students from the isle campus wisbech took part in a charity run to raise funds for Mcmillian cancer support. Approx 10 students will take turns to run 101 miles the equivalent from Wisbech to London all in aid of the good cause. - Credit: Archant

STUDENTS put their best foot forward for charity when they jogged the equivalent of Wisbech to London to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Uniform services students from the isle campus wisbech took part in a charity run to raise funds for

Uniform services students from the isle campus wisbech took part in a charity run to raise funds for Mcmillian cancer support. Approx 10 students will take turns to run 101 miles the equivalent from Wisbech to London all in aid of the good cause. - Credit: Archant

The young people from College of West Anglia, Isle Campus, completed the task with ease and ran into no difficulties when it came to fund raising by bringing in more than £500 through the charity event at the Hudson Leisure Centre.

Uniform services students from the isle campus wisbech took part in a charity run to raise funds for

Uniform services students from the isle campus wisbech took part in a charity run to raise funds for Mcmillian cancer support. Approx 10 students will take turns to run 101 miles the equivalent from Wisbech to London all in aid of the good cause. Student James Elsey 16 from Wisbech, has a personal interest in this charity and has already raised £300 for the charity, - Credit: Archant

Ten public service students ran 101 miles on a treadmill to raise money for the cancer charity to support fellow student James Elsey, 16, whose uncle is currently being treated and supported by Macmillan.

Stuart Harrowing, lecturer, said: “I am very proud of all the students who took part in the run and helped to raise so much money for such a worthy cause.

“It’s an excellent effort from everyone involved,.”


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