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Annie to run Isle of Wight Marathon for Campden Edge

Annie Threadgill, manager of Toke’s on Chipping Campden High Street, is running her very first marathon to raise money for Campden Edge.  Having completed the Great North Run in 2012, Annie is now training for the Isle of Wight 60th anniversary race taking place on Sunday 9th October. 

This event has run continuously since 1957, making it the longest running marathon in the U.K.  So let’s make all those miles worth it for Annie!  There’s a button below for you  to make a donation or, of course, you can pop into the shop where a sponsorship form is waiting for you at the till.   

Campden Edge promotes and develops the creative talents of children and young adults of Campden and surrounding villages.  The fund provides financial assistance to 8 - 26 year olds who wouldn't be able to afford such opportunities under normal circumstances.

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The 60th Isle of Wight Marathon

Annie in training, or perhaps taking time out for a 'selfie'!

Part of the very gruelling route Annie will be running.

Distance 42.03 Kilometers

From Cowes to Freshwater and back again...
... with a climb of 323 feet along the way.
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