Last weekend we watched over 40,000 people from all over the world run the London Marathon. A lot of people run it in the name of their chosen charity and Tom is no exception. Tom was running in the memory of his Uncle Dean, who sadly lost his battle with Pancreatic Cancer. The London Marathon is quite often a family affair with lots of people either running together or travelling down to support their loved ones. In Tom’s case, he had his own little army of family and supporters, all of which wore their t-shirts with pride, while watching him smash the course.
As well as the many charity running vests we make every year, we also print many names on running vests for participants as well as t-shirts for those going down to cheer them on. Tom’s army can be seen below all in t-shirts supporting Pancreatic Cancer UK, all in memory of Dean. Thank you to his mum Gillian for the fantastic photos.
If you are looking for charity running vests, or t-shirts to show your support to those running, please get in touch either by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by giving us a call on 02476 694466Categories: News, T Shirts