Sixth formers run for life

TWO teenagers, whose lives have been touched by cancer, took part in the Great North Run on Sunday determined to raise £1,000 for research into the disease. Emily Murray and Charles Johnson, both 17, joined other runners for the 13-mile Gateshead race. Ca

TWO teenagers, whose lives have been touched by cancer, took part in the Great North Run on Sunday determined to raise £1,000 for research into the disease.

Emily Murray and Charles Johnson, both 17, joined other runners for the 13-mile Gateshead race.

Cancer claimed the life of Emily's stepfather, Richard Hayward, and Charles'

family have also been hit


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by the disease.

Both pupils in the sixth form at Ely's King's School, the pair have been training on the roads around the city, Little Downham and Witchford for the event.

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