The sun was shining and the neon orange vests were out in force as 80 #TeamCALM runners took on the Virgin Sport British 10K – raising over £30,000 and counting to help prevent male suicide.
Taking in some of central London’s iconic spots along the way – including Westminster Abbey, Regent Street and Piccadilly – the CALM runners painted the route neon orange, stopping by for high-fives at the #TeamCALM cheers point near Trafalgar Square.
But all that running is thirsty work. So once the finish line was crossed and the medals were collected, yep, PUB!
Decamped in #TeamCALM’s Whitehall HQ-for-the-day, the Silver Cross, we shared cheers, laughs and celebrations with all in neon orange.
Check out our full gallery (photos by Hannah Goodwin) here.
Follow the #TeamCALM hashtag on Twitter here.
Stay tuned for a final fundraising total and keep an eye out for next year’s event – those orange vests aren’t going to run themselves! Have a look at other fundraising events – including Race For A Mate – in the CALM calendar here.
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