We are very excited to announce that Creative Content Company will be taking on the Great Eastern Run in October this year. When I say, Creative Content Company are going to take on the Great Eastern Run, I mean Dan. He will be running for the charity partner of the Great Eastern Run, Little Miracles.

Dan, our Corporate Support Manager is running the Great Easter Half-Marathon Run. Meanwhile, Hazel and Angela will be cheering him on from a roundabout somewhere in Peterborough. All the while, Sarah stays at home in the warm and dry with her young children.

Dan took part in the Cambridge Half Marathon earlier this year and raised £550 for Little Miracles. He is now taking on the Great Eastern Run to raise even more money for this well-deserving local charity in Peterborough and surrounding areas.

Dan’s stepson has a rare and life-limiting illness which requires extra support. In the past, Little Miracles have been there for Dan and his family and now he wants to give back. Angela has been a volunteer for Little Miracles in the past too, helping out in their office. Hazel has also completed marketing services for the charity.

While we are very aware how tight money is for a lot of people at the moment, every little really does count. Little Miracles does incredible work for children and their families in our local community. The £550 Dan raised before made a really big impact on the charity. We hope to be able to do the same again.

If you could spare even a couple of pounds to sponsor Dan on this half-marathon, we would very much appreciate it. However, if you would prefer to join our cheerleading team, you’d be very welcome. We will be on a roundabout in the cold somewhere in Peterborough, again, you would be very welcome!

The link to the JustGiving page to sponsor Dan can be found here. The goal is currently £200 but we are hoping to raise a lot more than that for this worthy charity. Plus, when Dan last took on this challenge a number of years ago, it was an extremely wet and cold day. Your sponsorship and donations will really help him through that potentially yucky weather.