Fundraising

GMAVSG would like to take this opportunity to thank all those firms and individuals who have, and still do, organise fundraising events for the group. We would also especially thank those who have raised or donated money in memory of their loved ones.

Manchester Half Marathon. Congratulations to Kim Harrison, who not only completed the Manchester Half Marathon in under two hours in October 2016, but in doing so raised over £300 for GMAVSG. Well done Kim!

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Gordon Marriott Memorial Golf Day 2014 This event, organised by Chris and Natalie Hazlehurst, exceeded all previous efforts, raising an amazing £20,000. A big thank you to Chris and Natalie, and everyone else who supported this fantastic event!

Great North Run raises over £400 for mesothelioma research Wendy Rayner raised over £400 when she completed the Great North Run. This event is the second largest half-marathon in the world. The money raised went to the June Hancock Mesothelioma Research Fund and the Mick Knighton Mesothelioma Research Fund.

Run for Joanie Mike Barton, family and friends raised a fantastic £4,035 in the Manchester 10K run in memory of Mike’s wife Joan, who sadly died from mesothelioma. Joan was a keen runner herself and would have been proud of this achievement from family and friends. A big thank you to all runners and all who donated from GMAVSG.

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Wilmslow Half Marathon A big thank you to Mark Alderson and Jon Horton who ran the Wilmslow Half Marathon in memory of Mark’s dad, Robert, who sadly died of mesothelioma. They raised £1,320 for GMAVSG.

Wilmslow Half Marathon

Gordon Marriott Memorial Golf Day 2013 For a number of years now, Chris and Natalie Hazelhurst have organised a fundraising memorial golf day, in memory of Natalie’s dad Gordon, who sadly died from mesothelioma in 2010. This year’s event raised a staggering £14,500 for Greater Manchester Asbestos Victims Support Group. The event is a credit to Chris and Natalie who put in an enormous amount of work into organising such a successful day and a fitting tribute to Gordon.

Marriott 2013