Beaumont Legal and Richard Kendall team up to support Wakefield Hospice 10K
23 November 2015
Beaumont Legal Solicitors and Richard Kendall Estate Agent have teamed up to support Wakefield Hospice’s 2016 Wakefield 10K, as the annual “RUN for FUNds” officially opened its discounted Early Bird Entry.
With the date for 2016 set for Sunday 3 April 2016, those who sign up before 15 December can now take advantage of discounted entry by visiting the Wakefield 10K website at www.wakefield10k.org.uk or calling 01924 213900.
After 2,200 runners raised more than £55,000 at this year’s event – enough to fund Wakefield Hospice for an entire week – the 21st running of the Wakefield 10K is expected to be the largest ever for the city.
Danielle Norman, Event Fundraiser for Wakefield Hospice, said:
“This year’s event was a great success and the support from Richard Kendall and Beaumont Legal helps us to make sure that more of the entry fees for next year can go towards patient care, which is what the event is all about.”
“We are hoping to make this the biggest Wakefield 10K yet. We’re delighted that Beaumont Legal and Richard Kendall have chosen to support this event and we know with their help this will be a fantastic Wakefield 10K in 2016”.
Claire Kendall, Partner at Richard Kendall,
“Richard Kendall Estate Agent are proud to be once again supporting the Wakefield Hospice’s Wakefield 10k RUN for FUNds. Each year the event just gets bigger and we are delighted to be joined this year by Beaumont Legal, as we aim to make the Wakefield 10k 2016 run a record year for the Hospice and raise as much money as we can for our local charity who are exceptional in the care that they provide for our community.”
Nick Masheder, Managing Partner at Beaumont Legal, commented:
“We work closely with the team at Richard Kendall and they encouraged several members of our team to get involved in the Wakefield 10K this year. Everyone who did the run had a fantastic time so, for 2016, we decided we wanted to get on board to help make the event even bigger and better.”