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Remove My Car and ATF friends to run a combined 1,000km during July for Bristol Children’s Hospital

Three employees from Remove My Car and seven members of the ATF community will be running a combined total of 1,000 kilometres during July to raise money for the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity – The Grand Appeal.

 

Remove My Car and ATF friends to run a combined 1,000km during July for Bristol Children’s Hospital f

Remove My Car will be part of a team of 10 hoping to raise £10,000 towards specialist care for children across the South West and nationally.

The Remove My Car runners include Managing Director Steve Queen and Sarah Queen, Business Analyst.

Joe Kendrick, marketing manager at Remove My Car, commented:

‘’Bristol Children’s Hospital is very dear to our hearts and raising money will enable the hospital to continue to provide outstanding care to poorly children that really need the very best help.’’

The 1,000km challenge 1st – 31st July is open to anyone in the ATF community and will be tracked through the Nike Running Club app.

Remove My Car and their fellow runners are accepting donations on their Just Giving page:

www.justgiving.com/fundraising/remove-my-car-ltd

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