Sidmouth runners hand over a cheque for Charlie

PUBLISHED: 11:01 27 July 2019 | UPDATED: 11:01 27 July 2019

Sidmouth Running Club treasurer Tim Clay, presents a cheque for �400 to Tim Swarbrick representing Charlie�s Fund. Picture MICHAEL GINSBURG

Sidmouth Running Club treasurer Tim Clay, presents a cheque for �400 to Tim Swarbrick representing Charlie�s Fund. Picture MICHAEL GINSBURG

Michael Ginsberg

Sidmouth Running Club (SRC) members enjoyed a Wednesday night run when they all met at The Normans Lockyer Observatory car park and headed straight down to The Frog Stone on the Jurassic Coastal path for a presentation.

The previous weekend had seen the staging of the 2019 Otter Rail and River Race in which over 40 the previous weekend, over 40 SRC wore a piece of tinsel on their heads and participated in the event as Charlie's Angels.

During the event the club are proud to say, that £400 was raised on the day for the Charlie Gwillim fund.

It was that cheque that was handed over at the presentation.


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