Send us your photograph and we’ll give you a mention – that’s a promise

At Hastings In Focus we’ve made a promise to give a mention to anyone who was running Sunday’s race for a worthy cause – all you need to do is send us a photograph and a few details about the cause you were running for and how much you raised.

Here are a few photographs that have already been submitted, if you want to be seen on the website then email your pictures to tellmeyourstory@hastingsinfocus.co.uk .

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Shuan Chappell pushed Neisha Potter round the 13 mile course in her wheelchair while Neisha’s mum Debbie (below) completed the run in more conventional fashion. The trio’s efforts raised £750 for Charity for Kids

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There’s something for all ages on the day of the Hastings Half Marathon. Noah Bailey (left) and Louis Martin-Saint, who are both 12 completed a 2km course.
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Dan Hicks sprints for the finish. The local man finished in his best time ever – one hour, 40 minutes and three seconds.
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Collectors for the RNLI were out in force.

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