THE COUNTY CLUB RAISES OVER £2,500 FOR THE MEATH EPLILEPSY CHARITY.
On Saturday 11 September members and staff of the County Club ran 10km around Guildford to raise money for the Meath Epilepsy Charity in Godalming.
Starting at Guildford High Street outside the Club the runners headed out towards Ladymead before coming back in to town and out to Peasmarsh, returning to the High Street to end outside the County Club. Over £2,500 was raised.
The County Club is a private members’ club based in Guildford, Surrey. For years, the club has hosted quiz evenings, dinners, and dances to raise money for The Meath Epilepsy Charity. Due to the pandemic the club hasn’t been able to host as many events, which has affected the amount of funds raised. In order to make up for the lost funds for this fantastic charity, Kevin and Plamen from The County Club organised a run for its staff, members and friends, a first time event for the Club.
The Meath Epilepsy Charity aims to enhance the lives of people who have complex epilepsy and related disabilities by ensuring they receive the support, expert care and encouragement required to build confidence, acquire new skills, and maximise independence in their daily lives. The charity has onsite accommodation that allows for assisted living, as well as offering day visit services.
To find out more about the charity please visit: https://www.meath.org.uk
To find out more about the County Club please visit www.thecountyclub.co.uk or call Kevin on 01483 575370.
Runners included Mathew Padian, Peter Speck, Nick Wyschna, Charles Matthews, Plamen Yordenov and Kevin Lorimer.