Pounding the Streets for Adam

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Sunday 14th October

I will be pounding the streets around Old Trafford in the Manchester Half Marathon. I will be doing so in memory of our neighbour Adam Lovatt who was tragically killed on his birthday, just before the Audlem Music festival in May this year.

As a mark of respect to Adam I will be wearing a Manchester United Football Club shirt — this will definitely be more of a challenge to me than the 13.1 miles as I am a life-long Liverpool F.C. supporter!

One of the aims of my '£1ing The Streets for Adam' campaign is to ask just a single £1 donation from anyone wishing to sponsor me (or more if desired). All proceeds will go to a charity of Adam's widow, Claire's, choice.

You can donate by through my Go Fund Me page (minimum £5), click here.

Or through the donation boxes at the following Audlem shops

  • Deli Fine Foods
  • Williams of Audlem
  • Brambles Cook Shop
  • Braids Hairdressers

Thank you in advance — diolch yn fawr !

Brian Evans of Williams' Newsagents

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