Fundraisers call for runners and businesses to take part in annual Step 2 It Havering 5k run

PUBLISHED: 15:00 22 February 2018

Organisers and runners of the First Step 5km run in partnership with Grove and Dean in July 2017.

Organisers and runners of the First Step 5km run in partnership with Grove and Dean in July 2017.


A Romford insurance services group is challenging its staff, local businesses and individuals to compete in an annual charity run.

Grove & Dean Insurance services in Market Place is calling for runners to compete in the Step 2 It Havering 5k run on Wednesday, June 13th at 6.30pm in Raphael Park.

All funds raised will go to First Step, a charity that supports families and children with special needs.

Grove & Dean marketing director, Matthew Collett said: “The Havering 5k was a fantastic success in 2017.

“It’s a great opportunity for local businesses, teams and individuals to come together to meet, compete, support local charity and have fun.

“It’s a feel-good event for an amazing course with both team and individual prizes up for grabs.”

To enter a team you will need a minimum of four people, but individual runners are welcome too.

You can enter now at

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