5 fantastic Baby Lifeline fundraisers prepare for the London Big Half !
On March 10th Baby Lifeline’s runners will be hitting the streets of London, raising funds to support the care of thousands of pregnant women and their unborn and new born babies.
The Vitality Big Half is London’s community half marathon and welcomes participants of all ages, abilities and levels of experience. The 13.1-mile race starts at 09:00 by Tower Bridge and finishes at the iconic Cutty Sark. Participants will get support every step of the way from the cheering crowds and live music along the route.
Read on to find out more about our team and how you can support them!
Grace and Shaun
Grace is a Research and Development Assistant at Baby Lifeline Training and sees first-hand the positive impact that funds raised for maternity training and monitoring equipment has on the outcomes for mother and baby. Grace is running with her best friend Shaun. “Please donate if you would like to see us run (hopefully), walk, hobble, or crawl (if needs be) our way around London in March!” Read more and donate here.
Gemma is a clinical negligence solicitor at Clarke Willmott and one area she specialises in is cerebral palsy claims. Cerebral Palsy is a brain injury with can be caused by complications during labour and delivery. Click here to support Gemma.
Nick and Lisa
Nick is a Trustee of Baby Lifeline and is running with his very supportive wife Lisa. The two have been training hard and have recently taken part in a competitive 10k where Lisa set a new PB of 59mins 46secs! You can follow Lisa’s training on her blog , and make a donation to her fundraising page here. To show your support to Nick click here.