SA Law were proud to sponsor the 2023 St Albans Half Marathon; a much-loved community event that has taken place for the last 41 years. In addition to supporting local charities and organisations, it has always been a great day out for families, friends, and colleagues!
The St Albans Half Marathon comprises of several races: walking half marathon, 5k, wheelchair half marathon, half marathon, 1.5-mile fun run and the SA Law Challenge.
Congratulations to the 10,000 people who took part this year, and to the nine SA Law team members who took on the 5k, half marathon and fun run with their friends and family. Congratulations to our colleagues Alia Javid, Gary Dunger, Kelly Pike, Kiran Beeharry, Sam Walsh, Simon Walsh, Sheila McEntee and Tracy Lacey-Smith for completing their chosen events
The 2023 SA Law Challenge is a great opportunity for companies to raise money for their chosen charity and create an active workforce. The challenge was to gather a team of 3 or more to take on the Half Marathon or the 5K together with the winning company receiving a £250 donation for their chosen charity.
We are delighted to announce that our hard working SA Law team members won the Corporate Challenge of 2023! Not only was it a great opportunity to raise money for Kids in Action and support the important work they do in transforming children's' lives, but it also enabled us to create an active workforce and spend some time together outside of the office.
A special thanks goes out to SA Law colleagues and family who came to support our racers.
About AT Society
AT Society is a charity that has been based in Harpenden since 1989 and was established by a family who had two children with ataxia telangiectasia. AT Society continues to support children, young adults and their families whose lives have been affected by diagnosis of AT, and work collaboratively with AT scientists to fund essential medical research to improve care and treatments for AT. Find out more.
About St Albans Half Marathon
Find out more about the St Albans Half Marathon here.