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Weʼre raising £1,000 to raise money for the NHS and for Charlie’s local Beaver group

Charlie is now aiming to complete his marathon today at 4:30pm on Forest House Lane . To date he has raised over £2,100.00

Charlie will be finishing his marathon today (20/05/2020) at 4:30 on Forest House Lane. He runs down the length of Forest House from Warren Lane and would absolutely love it if people could come out and cheer him on and clap with him.

He ran yesterday in the heat with a friend and found it hard to run in the sun but wanted to be finished for today.  

Anyone who thinks they can still donate the link is here and that would be amazing….

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/charliecraven?utm_term=ZBNk8w9A6

Your support has been fantastic and Charlie has loved reading all of your messages!

know you will all be aware of the amazing amount of money Charlie raised with his marathon run. But did you see that Tim Kidd, Chief Commissioner, had sponsored him.
All of your enthusiasm & energy has put the 92nd Group on the map – very well done.
In these difficult times you are bringing joy & smiles to many families. Xxx 🌈🌈

[16/05, 11:26] Jayne Hutchful: I looked on the Just Giving page & scrolled down to look at the supporters & Tim Kidd’s name is on there, with a photo of him wearing a necker. Xxx
[16/05, 11:32] Amy Heath – ABL: Hi. Yes he sent us a message and congratulated Charlie. He tweeted about how fantastic he’d done. He also had a well done from Paula ratcliffe, marks and Spencer’s and the Leicestershire cricket club as well as Keith lemon and mo farah, they’ve all shared Charlie’s posts with you mentioned too!

Charlie has been inspired by all the fundraising going on and clapping for the NHS each Thursday evening. He wants to do his own challenge and raise money for the NHS and also make a contribution to his local Beaver group who have been running virtual sessions for him and his friends to keep busy during the lockdown. Charlie isn‘t a big fan of running so this is a big challenge for him and he is determined to do it!