• 4 October 2016

Waterman support Willows School Fun Run

Our team in Manchester are pleased to have been involved in the Willows Primary School’s first Fun Run and Family Fun Day on the afternoon of 24th September in Timperley.

The day started with a warm up with superheroes followed by three runs for pupils of various ages. Each runner received a medal and a healthy goodie bag at the finish line for participating. The fun continued with traditional games of Beat the Goalie and an obstacle course as well as the less traditional Human Hungry Hippos!

The local fire and police services also attended and kindly let the children explore their engine and van. Tractor rides around the school playfield also proved very popular with the children whilst the barbecue and cake stall were enjoyed by all.

The event finished with a raffle with prizes donated by local businesses. It was a perfect opportunity to welcome all new families to the school.

We are proud to have sponsored the medals for each child, and for being part of making it a memorable day.

Rachael Tempest
Principal Consultant, Manchester

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