Volunteers from Kingston and Living Spaces completed the charity fun run.
Team Kingston and Living Spaces took to Newcastle’s Quayside for the Sunshine Run’s 20th Anniversary on Wednesday 14 June.
The Sunshine Run is organised by The Chronicle Sunshine Fund, a North East based charity that funds equipment for children with disabilities.
Soaring temperatures created humid conditions throughout the 5K route, which started from the Millennium Bridge and continued along the Quayside to Newcastle Business Park and then back again to the finish line.
The 12-strong group included representatives from Kingston’s property management, business support and finance teams, as well as Living Spaces’ sales and lettings office – with Kingston donating all entry fees.
Well done to each participant – Phil Atkinson, Marie Davison, Christine Doherty, Vikki Higginbottom, Martin Knotts, Nkosana Kumwenda, Jordon McQueen, Erin Snowdon, Adam Storey, Hannah Wilson, Phil Wilson, and Lisa Younger – and thank you for giving up your time to support such a worthwhile local cause!
Visit thesunshinefund.org to find out more about how they advance the lives of children with disabilities across the North East.