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London 10k sees double!

24.06.2015

Twins took to the streets of the capital to raise money for BWBF.

10k run
10k run

Twins have taken to the streets of the capital for the London 10k in support of British Wireless for the Blind Fund.

Tracey Elmore and her sister Sarah took part in the race on Sunday 10th July 2011 along with 25,000 other people raising money for good causes.

The duo completed the course in an hour and 35 minutes and raised more than £400 for us.

Well done ladies! And thank you so much for your support.



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