Building society runners swap tenners for trainers to raise cash in Sedgley

A TEAM of building society workers swapped tenners for trainers to raise a whopping £1,000 for charity.

A six-strong team from the West Bromwich Building Society took on the Suicide Six trail run at Baggeridge Country Park in Sedgley.

The group raised the grand amount for Marie Curie Cancer Care, which is the society’s charity of the year.

Run organiser, Lucy Bridge, said: “The team generally agreed that this was one of the toughest physical events we’ve ever done, but hugely enjoyable all the same.

“Moreover it was really satisfying at the end knowing we had completed the challenge and raised important funds for Marie Curie.”


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