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PJH goes the distance for children's cancer charity

Published: 1 September 2008
Staff, including three board directors, raise over £6,000 at Manchester run.
PJH goes the distance for children's cancer charity
The PJH Group has generated more than £6,000 for its chosen charity CLIC Sargent following its participation in the BUPA Great Manchester Run 2008.

A number of employees completed the 10km race, including ceo Andrew Yates, commercial director Phil Anderson, sales director Steve Johnstone, and director of kitchen category, James Caverley.

Mr Anderson said: "Every year staff vote for a favourite charity and CLIC Sargent was this year's most popular choice.

"It is an extremely important charity, being the UK's leading children's cancer charity, supporting children, young people and their families through cancer, every step of the way."

PJH hopes to raise £30,000 for CLIC Sargent and has lined up a number of fundraising events for the coming months, including a sky dive and national five-a-side football tournament across all of its UK branches.

Last year the company generated almost £30,000 for Macmillan.

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