2012 – the year of activity and sports. With that in mind, a few of the Easyspace team are going to take part in some strenuous activities all in the aim of charity and development!
Already this year we have had our Support manager carrying the Olympic torch through the wilds of Scotland and our sales teams running 10K’s our CEO is even walking to work! Shhh.
Still left this year are a few achingly positive activities…when we plan anymore – or even complete some – this is where we will update you…
The Standard Chartered Great City Race
Thursday, July 12th at 7:15pm
Easyspace & iomart hosting employees from London office will be taking part in “5K Premier Corporate Running Challenge” in London for the third consecutive year.
The organisers of The Standard Chartered Great City Race are expecting over 6,000 runners from approximately 400 companies to complete the 5K race around Square Mile.
£5 from each entry will be donated to the charity. All money is raised for Seeing is Believing in conjunction with the race will be matched by Standard Chartered!
For further info about city race, please visit http://www.cityrace.co.uk & https://www.facebook.com/StandardCharteredGreatCityRace
Saturday, July 14th at 10:20am
Jonathan our Affiliates Manager will be taking part in a hard-core 12 mile long obstacle course in Scotland called Tough Mudder.
Tough Mudder, the world’s premier adventure challenge also called the “Toughest Event on the Planet” has been designed by Special Forces to test strength, stamina, camaraderie and mental grit.
Windsor Half Marathon
Sunday, 7th October 2012 at 1:00pm
Petra our Marketing Exec. will be running Windsor half marathon. The entire course of this marathon is within Windsor Great Park, with the start and finish on The Long Walk overlooking the Windsor Castle.
The Windsor Half Marathon is associated with Prince Philip Trust and CRASH charities and every £5 of each entry fee goes directly to one of these charities.
Detailed info about this event can be found at following link http://www.runwindsor.com/
Whether you are new to running, a seasoned athlete or simply feeling energetic, participation in events like these can be incredibly fun & rewarding.
If you’re doing a charity event yourself why not set up a donation page to help you raise money from family, friends, work colleagues and your community – see virginmoney, justgiving, etc.
If you’re in training for an event such as a marathon it often helps your motivation if you create a training log. You can do this easily by setting up a blog online to update your training – WordPress hosting is a good tool to setup your online website for your training logs.
We are looking forward to hearing from you.:)