Muddy Run is no match for FACET ladies who raise £1,000 for Breast Cancer Care

Members of March charity, FACET, who took on the Muddy Run.

Members of March charity, FACET, who took on the Muddy Run.

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Staff from a local charity raised £1,000 for Breast Cancer Care by getting covered in mud at this year’s Muddy Run.

Eight members of staff from March charity FACET took a trip to Burghley House in Stamford on Saturday June 4 for the run, which challenges participants to take on a five kilometre course – with lots of mud along the way.

FACET raised £1,000 for Breast Cancer Care; a feat made even more poignant due to the fact that one of the charity’s board members is currently undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer.

For more information on FACET, visit http://www.facet.org.uk/.

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