22 / 03 / 2023

We have once again signed up to Run Norwich and this year we will be joined by even more members of our team to take on the annual 10K challenge and raise money for the Community Sports Foundation.

From directors to surveyors, customer care staff and managers, 20 members of the team will be running, walking or jogging the event on Sunday 16th July.

Our 2023 line-up putting their best foot forward are Kelly Starkings, Simon Medler, Andy Starkings, Ben Chase, Joanna Szczechowicz, Oliver Crocker, Mark Bellamy, Tommy Salmon, David Methold, Joe Jackson, Will Wright, Graeme Simpson, Matt Russell, Tiffanie Parry, Ryan Harris-Smith, Phil Tipping, Tammy Prichard, Jo Ruggles, Dulcie Bailey and James Ellis.

Simon Medler, our regional managing director, said: “We love taking part in the annual Run Norwich event, as it raises money for such a fantastic cause benefitting our local community to support disadvantaged people in Norfolk to achieve their goals through sport and boost mental health and wellbeing. It is also a great way to get the team together and exercise, and we include the rest of our East Anglia team in the fundraising too. 2023 is the biggest team we’ve entered to date and it is always such a fantastic atmosphere soaking up the sights in Norwich as we run and enjoying the wonderful celebratory atmosphere on the day. The training has now begun and we hope it pays off when the time comes!”

Last year, Team Lovell raised an incredible £2,800 for the Community Sports Foundation and we hope to raise even more this year.

The Community Sports Foundation is Norwich City Football Club's official charity partner, and helps thousands of people every year achieve their goals through sport, supporting some of the most disadvantaged, disabled and talented people across Norfolk. Its vision is to support, inspire, and improve our community.

The Lovell East Anglia team have set up a Just Giving page and are aiming to raise a total of £3,000 during this years event: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/lovelleastanglia