Marathon Runner raises £1,300 for Horse Welfare Charity
to the efforts of Cornish supporter, Carol Dunster, the ILPH (International
League for the Protection of Horses) is £1,300 better off.
Carol, from Bugle, the first Cornish person to provide a loan home
for a horse rescued by the ILPH, completed her gruelling run in
the London Marathon in just over five hours and 22 minutes.
Jeff Herrington, ILPH Field Officer in the South West comments,
"I would like to give a big thanks to Carol and her supporters
who have raised much needed
funds for the ILPH.
"It's thanks to the generosity of such loyal supporters that
the ILPH is able to carry out the work that they do for the welfare
of equines worldwide."
Pictured are: Jeff Herrington, ILPH Field Officer for the South
West, accepts a cheque on behalf of the charity for £1,300
from Cornish supporter Carol Dunster.
Also pictured are club and committee members of the St Austell Bay
Riding Club (Sheena Duckworth, Tony Watson, Jenna Cope (Bob The
Cob) Emily Duckworth, Jill Watson, Carol Read, Heidi Mitchell) who
sponsored Carol to the tune of £100 and Julia and William
Schofield from The Porth Valley Riding Club who raised sponsorship
of £120. Picture credit: Kathryn Pearn.