Burnley superstore stumps up cash for vital gear to protect young runners at award winning club
Runners at an award winning club have been presented with £1,000 towards buying waterproof gear to keep the protected against the elements.
Burnley's Asda store made the presentation to Clayton-le-Moors Harriers at the store in Princess Way.
The money will be used to buy waterproof jackets and trousers for the juniors aged eight to 16 to keep them dry in the cross country season.
Marion Wilkinson, who is junior co-ordinator for the Harriers, said: “We are very pleased that Asda chose Clayton-Le-Moors Harriers to be the recipient of this fund as this really will make a difference week-in,... read more
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