We did it! St Ann’s Hospice Obstacolour Run 2017

On Sunday 19th March 2017 we complete the 5k Obstacolour run in aid of St Ann’s Hospice; an amazing organisation that provide care and support to people with life-limiting illnesses, and their families and carers in Greater Manchester.

The weather may have been wet and miserable but we didn’t let this dampen our spirits! The Steven Glicher & Co team set off with the first set of runners at 11am, taking on the muddy trail at Wythenshawe Park with great enthusiasm. We finished in around 40 minutes head to toe in pink, purple, red and blue!

The event was an amazing experience to which everyone was seen with broad smiles enjoying themselves and I am pleased to say it had an excellent turn out. Even though each member of the team returned home wet, muddy and colourful; the atmosphere was buzzing and we all had a fun and joyous day.

There is still time to donate to this incredible cause on our online donation page here: https://obstacolour.everydayhero.com/uk/steven

All donations are hugely appreciated and we are exceedingly grateful for those who have already donated – thank you.

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