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The Local Charities who Benefitted from the 2016 Wokingham Half Marathon

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Brian Willatts and Val Codd represented the Red Diamond charity.

Daisy’s Dream was represented by Gill Stevens

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Victor Forsyth collected a cheque on behalf of WADE.

Wokingham Borough Council’s Sports Sponsorship Fund received a cheque collected by Beverley Thompson.

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Home-Start Wokingham District was represented by Helen Diffenthall

Jane Holmes and Peter Wood collected a cheque for Building For The Future.

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Anne Wylie represented Crossroads Care Wokingham.

Neil Dunlop represented Wokingham Volunteer Centre.

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Town Council Mayor, Philip Mirfin, receives a cheque for his charity Macmillan Cancer Care.

Peter Evans presents a cheque to the Borough Mayor for his charity, ARC Counselling.

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John Acton was present for the Coram Life Education Thames Valley group.

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Amber-Leigh Hall was present for Berkshire School’s Athletics

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Jumbalence was represented by David Lumsden.

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The Link Visiting Scheme were represented by Mandi Eagle and Sam Jones.

Photos by
The Wokingham Paper