Inspirational Steve prepares to run a marathon around Oldham!
Reporter: Simon Smedley
Date published: 22 April 2020
Super teacher Steve Hill
Intrepid adventurer, primary school teacher, and charity fund-raiser extraordinaire Steve Hill MBE is preparing for another mammoth challenge this coming weekend - running more than 26 miles around the streets of Oldham!
Oldhamer Steve, who has raised over £100,000 for a huge range of charities over the past few years, will this weekend raise vital funds for his Team Hill Charitable Trust, which is helping make a difference for the local community during the Coronavirus crisis.
Steve, who works at St Joseph's School in Shaw, told us: "I was supposed to have been running in the London Marathon 2020 this weekend.
"As that event has now been postponed because of the Coronavirus I have decided that this Sunday (April 26) - the day I should have been in the capital - I will run my own London Marathon around where I live in Moorside.
"This will help keep up our fundraising momentum for the Team Hill Charitable Trust as we all continue to help make a difference for our Oldham community during these unprecedented times.
"I'd like to thank everyone, as always, for their continued support."
To donate to Steve's JustGiving page, click here
You can also check out more fund-raising activites on the dedicated Team Hill Charitable Trust page on Facebook.
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