Ely colleagues raise funds for Cancer Research UK at Race for Life in Cambridge

PUBLISHED: 11:17 29 July 2013 | UPDATED: 11:17 29 July 2013

The Chic Face and Body team that took part in the Race for Life

The Chic Face and Body team that took part in the Race for Life


A GROUP of five colleagues who work in Ely raised more than £200 for charity by taking part in the Race for Life event in Cambridge.

Charlotte Bocking, Natasha Ladson, Sandra Schumacher, Emanda Moscatelli and Christie Bull work together at Chic Face and Body Clinic, in St Mary’s Street.

The quintet ran with hundreds of other fund-raisers on Parker’s Piece last weekend to raise funds for Cancer Research.

Clinic owner Sandra Schumacher said: “We ran Race for Life for the second year in a row and raised £223. We all thought it was an amazing day and are very proud to be part of such a worthy cause.”

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