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Supporting World Record Attempt in Aid of Kenya Peace Torch Relay

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Secure Base’s running adventures reach another level through our support of Adam ‘Tango’ Holland in his current challenges based around the Kenyan Peace Torch Relay which aims to raise funds to help the Aegis Trust build a peace school in Northern Kenya.

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RNIB Talking Books – Target Reached!

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Secure Base runners have reached their sponsorship target for the creation of an RNIB Talking Book dedicated to the children of Class CM2A of CFBL and the six children from INJA in Paris who visited them in London this summer.

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Doing Something more for RNIB’s Talking Books and Relais…

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Sound Mike will be taking part in the Berlin Marathon this Sunday in an effort to both raise more funds for RNIB’s Talking Books and to promote the values of Relais de la Mémoire and its many inspirational founders.

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Doing Something for SHINE – Investing in Potential

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Hot on the heels of our intrepid Great North Run participants, two more of our runners will be taking part in this weekend’s Richmond half-marathon to raise funds in support of SHINE who work to “help every child fulfil their potential at school and beyond”.

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Running for Talking Books

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Secure Base’s team of runners support pupils from CFBL and INJA in raising funds to allow the RNIB to produce more talking books for blind and partially sighted children by taking part in this year’s Great North Run…

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Solace OC – Saving lives, creating possibilities…

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Secure Base supports Solace OC by highlighting their important work in saving the lives of young people and providing them with the chance to choose. It also works closely with Solace OC to find ways of creating a sense of hope, possibility and purpose in those suffering from substance use disorders.

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