The Electrical Industries Charity is all set for the London Marathon

The Virgin Money London Marathon is one of the biggest fundraising events in Great Britain bringing thousands of people together to raise money for different charities. This year the Electrical Industries Charity is proud to announce their ten runners who are all set to take on the 26 mile long challenge and raise money to help those in our industry who need it most.

The Charity’s runners who are taking part in this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon are; Joe Ellis from Edmundson Electrical Ltd; Alun Evans from Phase Electrical; Philip Woolley from Electrical Review; Scott Wildego from R&B Star; Zak Benney and Guy Powney from Edmundson Electrical’s Western Office; Daniel Mullinder, Paul Murphy, Mark Weston from Edmundson Electrical Carlisle and Juan Subira from Schneider Electric.

Show your support for the charity’s runners now and help them to make a difference in people’s lives by making a donation today. 

Managing director, Tessa Ogle says: ‘We would like to wish all of our runners the best of luck. The Virgin Money London Marathon is a fantastic way to raise money for those in our industry when they need it most, and we are thrilled to have so many people running for our charity this year. Last year our runners raised a massive £33,000, and we are looking forward to raising even more this year.’

For more information visit www.electricalcharity.org

 

 

 

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