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Bud's Run

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Apr 2014
12:51pm, 21 Apr 2014
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tom_craggs
Hi All,

I hope you don't mind this plug for a race for a great cause in October.

Bud Baldero has done as much as anyone in the UK to support British middle distance and distance running. He has been a very inspiring influence on me, always so generous with his time as a coach and mentor and I am sure many on Fetch feel the same. The money raised goes to support Parkinson's UK.

5km and the option for a dinner later in the day.

4th October - budsrun.co.uk

Tom
Apr 2014
1:06pm, 21 Apr 2014
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santababy
Like the idea of the dinner. Hope he raises lots money
Apr 2014
1:21pm, 21 Apr 2014
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TnoP
This is great. Shared on FB - as a Parkinson's fundraiser myself, I know what a great cause this is. Looks like a good event, will try and get there. Thanks for sharing tom
Apr 2014
5:40pm, 21 Apr 2014
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Pizza Boy
Definitely going to be there!

The cause is fantastic but Bud is legendary, I've only known him since September but he is an exceptional coach and will help any runner that comes his way, have a huge amount of time for him.

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Hi All,

I hope you don't mind this plug for a race for a great cause in October.

Bud Baldero...

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