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The London Marathon - April 26th 2015

The Art Room are lucky to have been given five places for this years London Marathon through the Charities Forum. Last year we raised a staggering amount from our runners Sarah Hewitt, Nicole Rahimi, Edward and Hector Sants and Sam Pickering – Thank you all once again for your amazing efforts.

Please support our 2015 runners:

On Sunday 26th April, five brave runners will be bravely pacing the streets of London for the largest annual fundraising event on the planet. Conor Garland, Rob Martineau, Rory Normanton, James Van Santen, Julian Wolfson have all dedicated themselves to training for this amazing challenge to raise invaluable funds for The Art Room.

JamesJames Van Santen

“I am lucky (or unlucky) enough to be running the London Marathon 2015. What is spurring me on to get out on those cold, dark, rainy night is that I am running for the fantastic charity The Art Room. Come and support me to help support The Art Room for this immense challenge
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ConorConor Garland

I have heard so many great stories about the fantastic work that The Art Room is doing and I am thrilled to be running for a such a wonderful charity. I feel passionately about the ‘power of art’ and love the emphasis The Art Room places' on its ability to improve the life of many children who may be suffering from low self-esteem, self-confidence and/or independence issues.

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Rob and roryRob Martineau, Rory Normanton

“We are looking forward to running the London Marathon 2015 dressed as Winnie the Pooh and Tigger! What better way to enjoy the day then to run as two of our favourite children's characters all in aid of supporting the amazing work of The Art Room. Any donations towards their incredible work will be gratefully received and much valued by the children that benefit from their classes.”

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Julian WolfsonJulian Wolfson

“I am running the London marathon for The Art Room because it is an amazing organization changing kids' lives.”

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