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Memorial Miles

A Charitable Event – Honouring the fallen

Feb Update and into March

It has been a fairly busy month for most of us away from the running. With shift work making it hard for all of us to remain motivated. We have been completing the miles, but have not been updating this... Continue Reading →

20 Feb – 1 Mile

Today we have run 1 mile in honour of Cpl Damian Mulvihill, aged 32. 40 Commando. Killed in Afghanistan in 2008. RIP

15 Feb – 1 Mile

Sapper Guy Mellors, aged 20. 36 Engineering Regiment. Killed in Afghanistan in 2010

14 Feb – 5 Memorial Miles

Today we will be running in memory of: Kingsman Sean Dawson, aged 19. 2nd Battalion, The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment. Killed in Afghanistan, in 2010. Rifleman Mark Marshall, aged 29. 6th Battalion, The Rifles. Killed in Afghanistan, in 2010. Lance... Continue Reading →

13 Feb – 2 Miles

Today we are running in honour of Lance Sergeant Dave Greenhalgh, aged 25. 1at Battalion, Grenadier Guards. Killed in Afghanistan, in 2010. Senior Aircraftsman Ryan Tomlin, aged 21. 2 Squadron, The RAF Regiment. Killed in Afghanistan, 2012

10 Feb – 1 Mile

Today we are running 1 mile in honour of Lance Corporal Darren Hicks, aged 29. 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards was killed in Afghanistan on Thursday 11 February 2010.

7 Feb – 2 Miles

Today we will be running 2 miles in memory of: Corporal John Moore, aged 22. 1st Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland. Private Sean McDonald aged 25. 1st Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland. Both killed in Afghanistan in 2010.... Continue Reading →

5 Feb – 2 Miles

  Today we are running 2 miles in honour of: 2007 – 2nd Lieutenant Jonathan Bracho-Cooke, aged 24. 2nd Battalion the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment. Killed in Iraq. 2011 – Warrant Officer Class 2 (CSM) Colin Beckett, aged 36. 3rd... Continue Reading →

Feb Miles Tracker

I saw recently on a group that I follow on Facebook that they are using a form of tracker to keep track of the miles they run towards a challenge. They use a picture of a trainer that is broken... Continue Reading →

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