The Great South Run Training
My commitment to making time to go running is much better than my commitment to finding time to write about it…
The training over the last month is going very well, despite some setbacks including Covid (recovered) and Dudley and Eunice (unsurprisingly, it’s even harder to run in a howling wind).
A week away in sunny Tenerife gave me the fitness boost I needed, and then it was back to the UK for a complete mix of weather – today it was a run with some snow, but a glorious morning sky!
I have just completed week 6 of my BBC Couch to 5k app, running for a solid 25 minutes with the help of Jo Whiley to keep me motivated (she’s very good, I would recommend the app and her as a trainer).
I never thought I would be saying this, but I do actually look forward to my morning run and as the weeks go by, I know I am getting closer to being able to complete the Great South Run.
Sally Britton started Snap Care in 2001 and continues to manage the business on a day to day basis.
My interest in the area of disability started from a very personal viewpoint; my step-daughter Camilla has cerebral palsy. She was our motivation to start Snap Care and continues to be my personal benchmark for the quality of candidates we work with. As MD of Snap Care, I see the vital role support workers play in our clients’ lives, providing more than just the basic care needs to maximise each child or client’s opportunities.