A student from Billingshurst is part of a team of six who are all set to run more than 100 miles to raise money for St John Ambulance.
Jack Warren, 20, attended The Weald Community School and Sixth Form and is currently studying Biological Sciences. He said: “I’m hoping to study Graduate Entry Medicine after uni. I have been a volunteer first aider for St John Ambulance for almost a year now. I decided to do Bath Half to raise money for a great charity and spread awareness of the important work they do.”
Jack joins five other students, all of whom are all members of the Exeter University First Aid Society (EUFAS). The team will run the Bath Half Marathon on Sunday, March 4, with one of them using it as training for competing in the following month’s Virgin Money London Marathon.
Fellow team member Jess Ball, from Surrey, is 22. She is a Maths and Mathematical Biology student who is taking on both events, and hass been volunteering with St John Ambulance as a dedicated first aider since 2012. Jack and Jess are joined by James Stewart, from Southampton, who is 27 and doing a PhD in Biological Sciences. He has been a St John Ambulance first aider for two years.
Sponsor the students online by visiting www.justgiving.com/teams/EUFASbathhalf.
St John Ambulance is urging runners who have secured a place in the Virgin Money London Marathon to consider raising money for charity, as they take part in the iconic event on Sunday, April 22.
Anyone who won a place in the ballot, without choosing a charity to support, can still put their best foot forward to fundraise for St John Ambulance, the nation’s leading first aid charity.
Email email@example.com or call 0207 324 4168 for more information about running in aid of St John Ambulance.