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Great South Run

THREE workers from a Thatcham recruitment agency raised more than £1,000 for a leukaemia charity by running the Great South Run on Sunday (October 26).


Staff at Refined Recruitment, Chapel Street, ran the 10 mile course through Portsmouth to raise money for The Anthony Nolan Trust, which works to recruit donors for bone marrow transplantation.


The team, comprising of 33-year-old Vicki Lambourne, 32-year-old Melanie Parsons and 24-year-old Lerato Barrett, raised money for the charity, which has supported Miss Lambourne's mother, Kay, who suffers from leukaemia.


Mrs Parsons, a recruitment consultant, said: "Our legs were all a bit stiff after doing it but we all made it over the line.
"It was a really good experience for us all and there was a great atmosphere through the streets of Portsmouth.


"It was a shame about the weather, which made it tougher, but we all made it through and we are quite proud of that."


Branch manager, Miss Lambourne, who had never run a race like that before, said: "It is really rewarding to complete the course.


"We are over the moon with how much we have raised and are grateful to everyone who has helped us out in supporting such a worthy cause."


The group, who are still collecting money, said they would consider running for charity again in the future