Friends and family of Michael Cox, Master of the Vintners, who died earlier this year, have announced plans to run this year’s Médoc marathon in his memory.
A party hosted by The Benevolent to celebrate the end of the London Wine Fair has raised more than £10,000 for the UK’s drinks trade charity.
A gruelling challenge which saw The Benevolent’s Chris Porter visit all 91 of the UK’s league football grounds without a car has raised just under £30,000.
The Benevolent’s chairman, Chris Porter, shows no signs of slowing having visited a further seven football grounds yesterday.
Day 11 and The Benevolent’s Chris Porter is still going strong nearing his target of visiting all 91 UK league football grounds in 14 days without a car.
An impressive £11, 000 has already been raised by The Benevolent’s chairman Chris Porter, who today set off on day nine of his challenge.
Day five saw The Benevolent’s Chris Porter cross his fundraising target of £10,000.
The Benevolent’s pedalling-powerhouse of a chairman continued his 14-day challenge to visit all 91 of the UK’s league football grounds today.
On day three of the Benevolent chairman’s challenge, Chris Porter travelled to the south coast taking in six stadiums in one of his most challenging days yet.
Day two sees The Benevolent’s Chris Porter use his pedal power to visit Wimbledon AFC, Millwall AFC and Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge.
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