Knoll runner completes London Marathon to help good causes
Brent Knoll woman has raised hundreds of pounds for two good causes
by completing the London Marathon.
Stockham has raised over £750 for two good causes by joining
the thousands of runners jogging 26 miles through the capital.
was running to support two worthy causes - the first being in
memory of my godson Reece Culverwell, who passed away 18 months
from a genetic disease, Hunters Syndrome."
and his family spent time at Little Bridge House (Children's Hospice
South West) with their support they made life a little easier."
also was raising fundraising to help support swimmer Harriet Dickinson
on the road to Rio. She is a local girl that has a dream of representing
her country at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. She is an inspiration
to all and I wanted to help and support a young girl with her
overall experience of the day was amazing, this is the second
time I have run the London Marathon."
atmosphere of the crowds and other runners is one that will stay
with me forever. I made new friends during the day and those memories
will be with me forever."
who is a teacher at Brent Knoll School, added: "Although
I ran the 26.2 miles course, I couldn't have done it without the
support of my family, friends, work colleagues and children at
the school. My class gave me such encouragement they even produced
'Mrs Stockham's Little Book of Encouragement', which I took with
me to London."
are currently still collecting sponsorship money but at the moment
we have approximately £750. I would like to thank all that
have supported in my journey."