A team of volunteers from Kingston completed the Sunshine Run 5K on Wednesday 15 June, in support of a north east based charity.
The Sunshine Run is organised by The Chronicle Sunshine Fund, a charity that funds equipment for children with disabilities.
Kingston’s 13-strong group of runners included colleagues from property management, business support, finance, and from Living Spaces’ sales and lettings team – with all entry fees donated by Kingston.
Well done to each participant – Phil Atkinson, Marie Davison, Christine Doherty, Sarah Dudgeon, Rachel Finney, Stuart Fisk, Martin Knotts, Steven Lucy, Erin Snowdon, Adam Storey, Carly Waller, Hannah Wilson, and Lisa Younger – and thank you for giving up your time to support such an amazing cause!
The 5K route started from the Millennium Bridge and continued along the Quayside to Newcastle Business Park and then back again to the finish line.
With temperatures up to 20 degrees and the sun out in force, there was no escaping the humid conditions on the Quayside, which was lined with spectators to cheer on the sunshine runners.
This was the 19th edition of the Sunshine Run, which continues to grow in popularity and support from across the region. Visit thesunshinefung.org to find out more about how they advance the lives of children with disabilities in the North East.