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Children`s Challenge

Local Primary schools, working with Exeter City Football In The Community, are encouraging  children to be more active and have set the challenge of running a half-marathon over a period of weeks, with the final part of the challenge  to run in the Fun Run in May 2017.

There will be over 200 children completing the final leg of their Marathon journey, many will be running with Parents/Guardians/Run Leaders/Teachers who are welcome to run along with the children.

Partnerships from addiitonal schools are welcome for 2017/18  - Please contact Kevin.hack@exetercityfc.co.uk for further details

 

Here's what a couple of schools have to say about this year's challenge.


It was great again, Kevin – well done and thanks.

 

(Howard Williams, Landscore Primary school, Crediton)

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Great event and would definitely be keen to take part again next year the children had a fantastic time! Thanks for your support and organisation throughout the process.

(Joe Chambers, Montgomery Primary school)

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Was great this year. Will try and get more children doing it next year. Thank you for organising this. Parents are raving about how fun it was.

(JP Doku, St Leonards primary)

 

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Can I just take this opportunity to thank you for your hard work. This is the first year I have taken part in this, I was truly impressed with the communication and organisation. My children loved every minute and will always remember being part of this!

Thank you!

(Vikki Squires, Clyst Heath primary school)

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Thanks again for a great event 

(Penny Newton, Sidmouth primary school)