The Matthew Elvidge Trust had 160 runners in recent half-marathon

A HARTLEY Wintney charity had scores of runners at this year’s Fleet half-marathon.

A total of 160 people ran the Brooks Fleet Pre-London Half Marathon on Sunday, March 16, to raise money for The Matthew Elvidge Trust.

The charity was set up to increase awareness about depression in young people following the death of former Lord Wandsworth College pupil Matthew Elvidge in September 2009.


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