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Hyde Park run raises funds for Connect

17 September 2007

Over forty women took part in the Hydro Active Women's Challenge on 16th September to raise funds for Connect.

The 5k run took place in London's Hyde Park, Liverpool and Birmingham and Connect supporters and trustees raised over £6000 to help people living with aphasia. A big thank you to all people with aphasia, relatives, friends, staff, volunteers and trustees who took part.

Connect runners at Hydroactive

The Connect team show off their medals after the race.

Nathalie Hardy, a Speech and Language therapist from Homerton Hospital, took part in the race. She said 'I have got so much from Connect training and sent many clients to Connect who I know have really benefited - I am happy now to be giving something back'.

Speech and Language Therapists in run for Connect

Nathalie Hardy (left) and Mary Pointer, speech and language therapists who ran the Hydroactive for Connect.

After the race, Connect trustee Tony Wood thanked the runners for taking part and for raising funds for Connect. It's not too late to sponsor the team - simply visit the Just Giving Website

Connect trustees with the Connect banner

Connect trustees (left to right) Christopher Pick, Susan Whittle, Jocelyn Cornwell and Tony Wood.

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Person with aphasia who took part in race

Orah Schwarz, who has aphasia, finishing the 5k.

Connect volunteer runs for Connect

Maddie Johnson, who volunteers at Connect.

Tony congratulates runner in Hydroactive

Tony Wood, Connect trustee, congratulates Lulu Housman

After the race in Hyde Park

Enjoying the post-race picnic in Hyde Park.