Cambridge Past, Present & Future (CambridgePPF) is delighted to announce that Harriet Lee, bronze medal winner at the London 2012 Paralympic Games, will start Chariots of Fire on its behalf.
British dancer, director and choreographer, Wayne Sleep, will start one of the region’s highly anticipated charity races, Chariots of Fire, which is celebrating its 21st anniversary this year.
Cambridge University colleges are being encouraged to sign up for the city’s largest charity relay race, Chariots of Fire, which takes place on Sunday 16th September.
With the country slowly adjusting back to normality after London 2012, one legacy of the Olympics already appears to be taking shape with more people registering for this years Chariots of Fire relay.
With Chariots of Fire fast approaching, runners from Hewitsons joined forces with individuals from CambridgePPF, one of this year’s recipient charities, to train at Wandlebury Country Park.
The Chariots of Fire race will hold extra special meaning this year for one of the runners, having experienced first hand the fantastic work of one of the recipient charities, Cam Sight.
Dozens of lawyers from leading regional law firm Hewitsons will once again be donning their running gear to take part in Chariots of Fire 2012.
Cam Sight are entering a team of blind and sighted runners for Chariots of Fire, 2012. The team have named themselves the ‘Cam Sight Centurions’ to celebrate Cam Sight’s Centenary this year.
Local charity Cambridge Past, Present & Future (CambridgePPF) has been quick off the mark and assembled two official teams to compete in this year’s Chariots of Fire.
Since its start in 1992, Chariots of Fire has raised in excess of £3/4 million for a variety charities. And 2012 is proving to be as popular as ever with over 20 teams registering in the first week.
Enter your team for Chariots of Fire 2012. Celebrating its 21st anniversary, Chariots of Fire 2012 launches today, with thousands of runners taking to the streets of Cambridge in the name of charity.
On Thursday 25th January, Hewitsons co-hosted the presentation of the Chariots of Fire cheque to the Rosie Hospital Campaign and representatives of Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (Act).