Next month the 2022 Great North Run is taking place in Newcastle and four wonderful people have offered to take part to support us.
Martyn Wilson, Andy Hartley, Andy Hassall and Laura Mann will all be running for us on Sunday 11th September.
Over the next few days, we will be sharing all of our runner’s stories with you and letting you know how you can help them in their fundraising efforts.
Today’s runner is…Andy Hassall!
Andy is also a member of the Morson Projects team and will be joining his colleague Andy Hartley in Newcastle next month.
When our CEO Angela heard that we had two runners from Morson Projects she was so happy that she joined them for a photo, even though she doesn’t qualify for a running vest!
“We have four runners taking part in the 2022 Great North Run to support our organisation and are incredibly grateful to them all. When Andy and Andy told us they would like to run on our behalf we were delighted. Having Morson on board to boost our fundraising efforts and to highlight the contribution made by unpaid carers is fantastic. I would like to wish them the best of luck and hope they have a wonderful day. Myself and the rest of the staff team will be cheering for them on September 11th. Good luck guys!”
Andy took some time between poses to complete his runner profile for us.
Favourite Sports Team: Manchester City
Favourite Colour: Blue
What I enjoy about running: It is really useful for mental health and wellbeing
Other hobbies I have: Cycling
Where would you like to visit and why: Maldives, would love the isolation
How my training is going: Could always be better – 2 weeks in Greece hasn’t helped!
Which part of the day are you most looking forward to: Looking forward to being with the masses at the start, 60,000 runners all buzzin!
Why run for Charity: It’s always great to run for a worthy cause, makes the training and effort worthwhile
You can support Andy at:
We would like to say a huge thank you to our Great North Run team undertaking this challenge to raise awareness and funds to support unpaid carers in West Cumbria.