RW Joinery At The Great Manchester Run 2017

RW Joinery at the Great Manchester Run 2017

This year at RW Joinery we reached our 50th year milestone! To celebrate, we wanted to give something back to our local community by taking part in this year’s Great Manchester Run to help raise money for our chosen local charity: Beechwood Cancer Care.

Beechwood Cancer Care is a charity based in Stockport that provides an invaluable service to the community by helping and supporting patients, carers and family members who are affected by cancer and other life limiting illness. Working in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support they also provide an Information and Support Service at the Centre.

The RW Joinery running team included: Stuart Mason our Quantity Surveyor, Steven Cunney, Mike Titchard our Accounts Manager and Accreditation Coordinator and his daughter Kate Titchard.

After the tragic events in Manchester on 22nd May 2017 our team was more determined than ever to join the tens of thousands of people in running through the heart of Manchester, all fundraising for great causes and showing that even in this most difficult time, the City of Manchester was more united than ever.

The RW Joinery running team are thankful they were able to participate and everyone here at the workshop are all very proud of their achievements!

Stuart Mason RW Joinery Great Manchester Run 2017

Michael And Kate Titchard RW Joinery Great Manchester Run 2017

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