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27 May 2016

Golden celebrations continue as B P Collins wins Fun Run

In its golden anniversary year, B P Collins has retained its title by winning the company award category at the 2016 Gerrards Cross Fun Run on Sunday (22 May).

The firm’s 25-strong team were quick off the mark, showing a clean pair of heels to the opposition on the new five kilometre course, which saw a hugely impressive 1,320 runners taking part.

The premier local sporting biennial event, for which B P Collins was proud to be a gold sponsor, once again attracted a fantastic turnout from the local community. The event raised an impressive £30,000 for three great causes; Medical Detection Dogs, Kids in Sport and The Elizabeth Voaden Foundation.

Local Olympian and former gold medallist Adrian Moorhouse, B P Collins' non-executive director, had the honour of starting the Fun Run from outside the Memorial Centre on the East Common of the town.

As well as fielding a team of athletes, B P Collins also had a dedicated group of volunteers organising the Grand Draw raffle and the ever-popular tombola, with many more employees attending to enjoy the day's family festivities.

 

Senior partner, Chris Hardy said of the event: “Over the years, the Gerrards Cross Fun Run has become hugely successful thanks to the hard work of the organisers. We are honoured to support and take part in such a great community event.

"As the firm celebrates and enters its 50th year in business, we look forward to many more years of success together.”

To see photos and the results from this year's event, please visit www.gxfunrun.org.uk.

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