East Cheshire NHS Trust staff will be running through the streets of Manchester in May as they take on the AJ Bell Great Manchester Run.

The popular event takes place on Sunday 26th May, with both clinical and corporate staff involved in the 10K race including Director of Nursing and Quality, Kate Daly-Brown and Medical Director, John Hunter, with all monies raised going towards their local NHS charity.

East Cheshire NHS Charity’s mission is to make a visible difference as they raise funds for local NHS services at Macclesfield District General Hospital, Knutsford Community Hospital, Congleton War Memorial Hospital and a range of community services.

Thousands of people will be taking part in the course which runs through the streets of Manchester. Starting and finishing in the city centre, the course will be packed with live music, charity cheering points, boost zones and incredible support from thousands of local spectators.

Specialist Paediatric Dietitian, Rowena Moores: “It’s such a privilege to be part of a great team running for our trust. I can’t wait for the day to feel the atmosphere Manchester is so well known for bringing.”

Lily Preston, Fundraising Manager said, “It’s so lovely to see staff taking part and supporting the charity. Good luck to all our runners! Anybody can get involved with fundraising for East Cheshire NHS Charity, as an individual, group or workplace, or you could nominate us as your charity of the year partner. Simply get in touch with the fundraising team to find out more”.

For more information contact the fundraising team on ecn-tr.ecnhscharity@nhs.net or visit https://eastcheshirenhscharity.org/

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