Wanderers take on the Manchester Run!

18 fundraisers completed the AJ Bell Great Manchester Run on Sunday 21st May to raise vital funds to support the work of Bolton Wanderers in the Community.

Staff from the Club and BWitC, along with friends and family, got together to take on the 10k race with thousands of other individuals from various backgrounds, age groups, and fitness levels.

Participants navigated a scenic route through the heart of Manchester, offering a unique opportunity to experience the city's vibrant atmosphere while making a positive impact.

Included in the cohort was Apprentice Community Activation Coach Joe Lawton, who also completed the half-marathon!

So far, the group have raised a fantastic total of £2682 and there is still time to donate to push the number even further!

BWitC CEO, Phil Mason, expressed his enthusiasm for the event stating: "We were delighted to be a part of the Manchester 10K Run once again.

"It's always an incredible opportunity for our team and the wider community to come together, promote healthy lifestyles, and support our charity's initiatives.

"We are grateful for the ongoing support from our participants, sponsors, and the community, as they help us make a meaningful difference in people's lives."

Donations will directly support a range of programmes, including health and wellbeing initiatives, educational activities, disability inclusion projects, and community engagement programmes that benefit individuals of all ages.

You can still donate here.

Bolton Wanderers in the Community would like to say a special thank you to Lee Potter at B2B Workwear and Janitorial for supplying and donating the runners with t-shirts for the event.

For more information regarding fundraising, please contact Fran Austen at fausten@bwitc.org.uk

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