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Lockdown: Mother and son run in their garden for NHS

PUBLISHED: 09:31 12 April 2020 | UPDATED: 09:40 12 April 2020

Sam and Kat Tindall running for the NHS in their Alby garden. Pictures: Pictures: Kat Tindall

Sam and Kat Tindall running for the NHS in their Alby garden. Pictures: Pictures: Kat Tindall

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A mother and son completed a sponsored run in their small garden to thank the NHS during lockdown.

All done. Sam and Kat Tindall running for the NHS. Pictures: Pictures: Kat TindallAll done. Sam and Kat Tindall running for the NHS. Pictures: Pictures: Kat Tindall

Kat Tindall and son Sam, 10, ran at home in Town Green, Alby, while her nephew William Howie, 21, completed it in Olney, Northamptonshire.

She said: “Sam wanted to do something for the NHS so we came up with the idea of doing a garden sponsored run.

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“We enlisted my nephew William and decided to go for 25km, although none of us are runners.

“Will and I completed 10km each. We don’t have a large garden so my 10km was quite a challenge and included around 280 laps. Sam, who goes to Aldborough Primary School, did 5km, and we raised over £500 for NHS Charities Together.”

She added: “Sam and I occasionally run the Sheringham parkrun but have never managed the whole course without walking but we both jogged the whole time for this.”


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