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The Mablethorpe Marathon Committee would like to say a huge thank you to Coastfields Leisure Ltd for their generous sponsorship contribution of £500 towards the 2016 Mablethorpe Marathon events. The marathon, now about to celebrate its 10th year would not be possible without this kind of local support. This year, as well as the marathon and half marathon, we are also holding a 5k, which we hope many more will get involved in.
Coastfields Leisure has a reputation for providing beautiful, landscaped parks in the area. For runners and their supporters wishing to stay for any length of time and enjoy the beautiful Mablethorpe beach and the surrounding areas, we recommend Grange Leisure Park which offers luxury caravans in a tranquil rural setting as well as spaces for motorhomes, touring caravans and camping. Should you wish to stay elsewhere along the coast there are other sites in the Coastfields Leisure group at Chapel St Leonards, Ingoldmells & Skegness.
The Mablethorpe Marathon Foundation would like to thank Sid Dennis and Sons Ltd for once again supporting the Marathon. Sid Dennis and Sons will be providing large bins free of charge on the day to help support the marathon, half marathon and 5k event. Our lovely town is likely to see a huge increase in visitors that day and we all recognise the importance of leaving the streets clean and tidy thereafter.
Sid Dennis and Sons Ltd is a local business, established in 1884 in Skegness offering a wide range of skip hire, scrap, waste management, recycling services and scrap car services for commercial and manufacturing companies of all sizes. We are very grateful to the Company for their continued support.
The Mablethorpe Marathon Foundation is delighted to announce a further charity partner. The Foundation is teaming up with the National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society.
Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) is a form of inflammatory arthritis which affects people from their late teens, for life. It causes pain, stiffness and fatigue, predominantly in the spine but also in other joints. The condition can also affect the eyes, the bowel and the skin. There is no cure. Severe disease can lead to spinal fusion and disability.
The Chief Executive of NASS, Debbie Cook, lives locally, near Louth and has joined the Marathon Committee to support them in the organisation and promotion of this wonderful event, now in its 10th year. Local Councillor Tony Howard has been a member of NASS and keen supporter of the charity for many years.
For more information about NASS and AS visit www.nass.co.uk