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Farnham employee helps to raise over £1,000 for charity

Published: 13 December 2018 - Kiran Grewal

An employee from Farnham has joined a group of runners dressed as Santa and helped to raise over £1,000 for The Christie NHS Foundation Trust after taking part in a 5km run.

Amanda Till - Rudridge Farnham - Santa in the City
Amanda Till - Rudridge Farnham - Santa in the City

Amanda Till, who is a sales administrator at the groundworks and materials supplier Rudridge, took part in the ‘Santa in the City’ event in London, along with a team of seven other people.

Dressed in Santa outfits, the team ran 5km across the City of London to support the worthy cause, which provides enhanced services for the NHS that are beyond its funding.

Ms Till said: “It was a really fun event and quite surreal running alongside so many Santas! It was a fantastic experience and a great way to see some of the City’s most famous landmarks and raise money for charity at the same time.”

All money raised by the team will be given to The Christie NHS Foundation Trust to help it to continue to provide support to its patients and their families.

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