Running for charity is a family affair

A Glengormley father and his two sons, who are all keen runners, raised some much needed funds for NI Hospice, last week, when they took part in the Laganside 10k and one mile races at Ormeau Park in Belfast. Stephen, Luke and Daniel Kelly, from Hollybrook Crescent, raised �110. 'Luke finished second in his age category (u-11) and Daniel was first in the under-sevens. Stephen finished the 10k in 45 minutes. The event was organised by North Belfast Harriers, the running club that the boys, who are pupils of St Bernard's Primary School, attend. INNT 39-457-CON
A Glengormley father and his two sons, who are all keen runners, raised some much needed funds for NI Hospice, last week, when they took part in the Laganside 10k and one mile races at Ormeau Park in Belfast. Stephen, Luke and Daniel Kelly, from Hollybrook Crescent, raised �110. 'Luke finished second in his age category (u-11) and Daniel was first in the under-sevens. Stephen finished the 10k in 45 minutes. The event was organised by North Belfast Harriers, the running club that the boys, who are pupils of St Bernard's Primary School, attend. INNT 39-457-CON

A Glengormley father and his two sons, who are all keen runners, raised some welcome funds for NI Hospice when they took part in the Laganside 10k and one-mile races at Ormeau Park, Belfast. Stephen, Luke and Daniel Kelly, from Hollybrook Crescent, raised £110.

Luke finished second in his age group (under 11) and Daniel was first in the under-sevens. Stephen finished the 10k in 45 minutes. The event was organised by North Belfast Harriers, the club that the boys, both pupils of St Bernard’s PS, attend. INNT 39-457-CON