Clocking the miles to raise awareness for Dementia … team update with less than a week to go!

Team Cartmells enter into their final week of running and walking for dementia and have already done over 350 miles and have less than one week to go!

Throughout the month of July Team Cartmells have been putting on their running and walking shoes to raise awareness for dementia. See how they have got on during their penultimate week below:

Zoe Calway Director, has added another 27 miles to her total this week meaning that Zoe is now on 108 miles.
Zoe’s aim was to run 100 miles for Dementia which she has now achieved – well done to Zoe!
Below is a photo from one of Zoe’s morning runs past Brougham Castle.

Zoe’s view of Brougham Castle

 

Terri Hope Marketing Manager, managed to clock a further 17.3 miles this week bringing her total to 56.02 miles.  Terri’s personal challenge was 50 miles so she has manged to get to that this week!
Well done Terri – will she go for 44.03 miles this week to bring her to the 100 mile challenge or are her legs too tired?!
Terri’s photo this week was taken from ‘Mile Lane’ near Dufton.

Terri’s view of Dufton Fell

 

Claire Wilson Associate Solicitor, managed to clock up 14 miles this week bringing her total to 41 miles … her husband has joined her on her walks this week and she has found it great motivation.  Keep going Claire!
Claire’s favourite this week was a walk by Maryport Harbour.

Claire’s view of Maryport Harbour

 

Jane Shaw Associate Solicitor, Jane has clocked 27.93 miles this week bringing her current total in July to 123.89 miles – smashing her personal target of 100 miles!
Well done to Jane – you deserve a well deserved rest this week!

 

Alice Whittome Solicitor, has ran just over 10 miles this week meaning her total now stands at 40.3 miles.
Alice’s overall goal is 50 miles in July so she has just under 10 miles left to do before Saturday!
Alice has been running around her local area this week and enjoyed it more when her fiancé accompanied her … although it did mean she had to run faster to try and keep up with him!
Keep going Alice!

Alice the “road runner”

 

Whilst the country is slowing getting back to some sort of normality it is important to remember that for those living with dementia life still remains incredibly tough for them.  Those affected by dementia have been hit the hardest which is why Team Cartmells are clocking the miles each week in July to raise awareness for those who need it most.

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