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Runners mark bistro’s milestone with 10km charity dash

PUBLISHED: 12:29 24 February 2018 | UPDATED: 13:26 24 February 2018

Members of FFMA who ran a 10km course to raise funds for Cromer's Seaview Pre-school. Picture: Courtesy of FFMA

Members of FFMA who ran a 10km course to raise funds for Cromer's Seaview Pre-school. Picture: Courtesy of FFMA

It has been 10 years since The Old Rock Shop Bistro opened in Cromer, so a group of friends decided to get physical to celebrate.

The runners' 'coffee cup'-themed anniversary medals. Picture: Courtesy of FFMAThe runners' 'coffee cup'-themed anniversary medals. Picture: Courtesy of FFMA

The group, who are all members of the FFMA Gym in the seaside resort town, ran an early-morning 10km course to mark the milestone.

They also raised £50 for Seaview Pre-school, which is based at the Cromer’s North Lodge Park. Staff at the bistro have agreed to equal the sum, which will go towards a fund for new outdoor play equipment.

Ruth Hedge, personal trainer at the gym, said: “The bistro has been the finishing point of our Sunday morning run for years as we’ve trained for different races. It seemed fitting that we chose our own 10-kilometre race course for each one of their 10 anniversary years.”

She said her 11-year-old daughter Lizzie, also ran the full course, and the run ended with a breakfast at the bistro.

To donate to the pre-school, contact the manager Sandra Sayer on 01263 514028.


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