Call for volunteers three weeks before annual Step2IT Havering 5k charity run

PUBLISHED: 10:00 28 May 2018

This year's Step2it 5k run is only three weeks away and Grove & Dean insurance company and First Step are calling for runners to take part in this year's race.

This year's Step2it 5k run is only three weeks away and Grove & Dean insurance company and First Step are calling for runners to take part in this year's race.


With only three weeks to go before an annual charity run, a Romford insurance company is calling for local businesses and residents to sign up to the 5k race.

Grove & Dean Insurance services in Market Place is calling for runners to 
compete in the Step2IT Havering 5k run on Wednesday, June 13 at 6.30pm in Raphael Park.

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

Michelle Mitchell, fundraising manager at First Step told the Recorder: “The team at Grove & Dean have worked very hard to make this year’s race even bigger and better than 2017 and we are grateful for all their support.

“I encourage anyone interested to please register online to take part or come along to cheer on the participants.

“It really is a fun, community event.”

Matthew Collett from Grove & Dean insurance services added: “Grove & Dean is delighted to be sponsoring the Step2IT Havering 5k for a second year.

“It’s great to see so many local people and companies getting involved but, please don’t forget, we’re welcoming runners and walkers of all ages - so everyone is welcome to join in the fun.

“We’ll look forward to seeing you all there.”

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