11 March 2020
On Sunday 15 March, 200 Bath Rugby Foundation runners will take part in the South West’s biggest sporting event. More than 20 BMT employees are also going the distance for charity, which will see us raise in excess of £5,000 for Bath Rugby Foundation. All the money raised will go towards the charity's work with vulnerable children and young people.
Simon Gould, Managing Director, BMT Defence and Security said:
“BMT has been a part of Bath for more than 30 years and we are again honoured to be the Bath Rugby Foundation’s vest sponsor. The Bath Half Marathon is an incredible event with thousands of runners supporting great causes. Sport is a universal language and we are proud to support Bath Rugby Foundation’s mission to empower vulnerable children and young people in Bath and the surrounding area to succeed.”
The klaxon will sound at 11am on Great Pulteney Street, where runners will start the 13.1 mile course. You can find out more about the Bath Rugby Foundation and donate at bathrugbyfoundation.com.
Photo left to right: Mark Sullivan, BMT Operations & Capability Director, Bath Rugby's Henry Thomas, Halena Coury, Bath Rugby Foundation – Head of Fundraising, Simon Gould, BMT Managing Director and Seamus Brogan, BMT Head of Business Development.
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