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Prior’s Court runners brave London Landmarks Half Marathon for new autism-friendly performing arts centre





Five Prior’s Court runners took on the London Landmarks Half Marathon at the weekend to raise money for the charity’s Performing Arts Centre appeal.

Between them, the runners managed to raise more than £2,500 running on Sunday, April 6.

Josh Spence
Josh Spence

And their fundraisers are still open for donations.

Josh Spence, whose relative works at Prior’s Court, finished in one hour and 41 minutes.

Please visit https://www.justgiving.com/page/joshua-spence-1709305206881 to support his fundraiser.

Stuart and Harry Kemp
Stuart and Harry Kemp

Father and son duo, Stuart and Harry Kemp, whose son/brother attends Prior’s Court, both finished in two hours and 24 minutes.

Please visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/stuartandharry-halfmarathon to support their fundraiser.

Laura Loveridge
Laura Loveridge

Laura Loveridge, whose nephew attends Prior’s Court, finished in two hours and 15 minutes.

Please visit https://www.justgiving.com/page/laura-loveridge-1707768439729 to donate to her fundraiser.

Gavin Tadman
Gavin Tadman

Gavin Tadman, whose neighbours’ son lives in the Young Adult Provision at Prior’s Court, finished in two hours and 25 minutes.

Please visit https://www.justgiving.com/page/gavin-tadman-1706792915375 to donate to his fundraiser.

This was the second year in a row Prior’s Court had a set of runners taking part in the event, which incidentally took place during World Autism Acceptance Week.



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