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Vicky to run the London Marathon

28th February 2017 @ 6:06am – by Webteam
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Vicky grew up in Audlem as the younger daughter of local celebrities Bill and Rose Consterdine, well-known in concentric circles.

Vicky is a member of South Cheshire Harriers, and she and four colleagues will be running the London Marathon on 23rd April 2017.. To be one of the 1 in 5 successful applicants for the London Marathon (over a quarter of a million have applied), Vicky and her team have to raise significant sponsorship and each of them has undertaken to raise £1500 towards their Charity.

In 2015, Vicky ran the London Marathon for the NSPCC and raised over £2,300. This year she and her group hope to repeat the triumph, this time on behalf of BEARS.

Quiz on March 11th

The team is putting on a fund-raising quiz night at the Public Hall on Saturday March 11th starting at 7.30pm.

The quiz-master will be Dr Andy Raeburn. With only one marking session most teams will feel involved and there are prizes for top three teams, plus a raffle, a nearest the bull question, play your cards right and booby prize for the orthopaedics team. So most teams will end up with something!

The evening begins at 7.30pm with the quiz starting at 8.00pm sharp.

Please enter as a team of four, ticket price £15 per person. This includes hot food (vegetarian and gluten free available) with a bar and a cake stall available.

Ring Vicky on 07801 856956 or e-mail She will then arrange with each team to drop off tickets and collect payment.


BEARS is an emergency medical charity, that provides, equips and supports Medics, enabling them to respond to critically ill or injured patients in the pre-hospital environment and provides support, additional assessment and treatment, beyond that of the Ambulance service, throughout the county of Essex. You can visit their website by clicking here.

BEARS members are all volunteers, they include Anaesthetists, General Practitioners, Consultants in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Paramedics. Currently BEARS have a number of former and existing military medics within their cohort.

BEARS are not in receipt of any statutory funding and therefore rely solely upon voluntary and public donations.

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