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Date revealed for popular Sheppey fundraiser, the Paul Trigwell Island Run, which helps underprivileged children

06 February 2014
by Emma Grove

The date of one of Sheppey’s most popular annual fundraisers has been revealed.

The eighth Paul Trigwell Island Run will take place on Sunday, May 11.

It was launched to raise money for the Paul Trigwell Memorial Fund, set up in memory of the much-loved head teacher of St George’s Middle School in Minster, who died in 2006.

Graeme Saker, second place, and Anthony Jackson, winner from the 10-mile race at last year's Paul Trigwell Island Run

Graeme Saker, second place, and Anthony Jackson, winner from the 10-mile race at last year's Paul Trigwell Island Run

Its aim is to help underprivileged Sheppey children.

The application process is now open for people to sign up to the two-mile run; 10-mile run; 10-mile walk or 10-mile relay.

For more information, search Paul Trigwell Island Run on Facebook or go to www.ptir.org.uk

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