As many people who know me are aware I am always looking for a new challenge; so far, I have completed the Clarendon Walk, Jurassic Coast challenge, the Great South Run to name a few. I have now decided that I needed a bigger challenge so have signed up to the ‘London 2 Bright Ultra-Challenge’ ……the aim being to walk 100 km (approx. 63 miles) in 24 hours. Luckily for me my Jurassic Coast Challenge (hence the team name ‘Dinosaur Duo’) walking friend Polly was persuaded to join me on this exciting possibly slightly crazy adventure.
‘Donna and Steph took part in the muddy race for life to raise money for Cancer Research – and had a lot of fun too!’
The staff at Romsey Dental Care were very proud to raise over £1400 for local charity the XLP Research Trust, when we ran a relay marathon at Broadlands. David Hartley (father of the 4 Hartley boys who all have this rare disease) said ‘We are really grateful to the team from Romsey Dental Care who successfully completed the course and raised such an amazing amount of money. Every penny will go directly against the core objectives of the charity; to fund small innovative research studies into XLP and to provide advice and support to XLP families across the world’. A big thank you to all our patients who supported us and listened to us talking about our training (or moaning in Sam’s case!)
Staff at Romsey Dental Care have raised more than £1700 for the XLP Research Trust by taking part in the towns triathlon on Sunday. Swimmer Laura McGregor (dental nurse) runner Andy Hey (hygienist) and cyclist Samantha Price (dentist) were cheered all the way by their colleagues.