Bellberry runners and walkers were amongst the 3000 people that turned out to take part in the inaugural Sunday Mail Bay-City Fun Run on Sun 19th April.

The reverse route followed a path from Glenelg’s Colley Reserve to Adelaide Oval with 12km and 4.5km options for competitors. The Everyday Hero fundraising event is a new companion to September’s popular City-Bay Fun Run, which began more than 40 years ago.

A fresh morning start saw Bellberry runners Ian Leader-Elliott (4.5km) and Simon Windsor (12km) both complete the run in great times with Simon achieving a personal best (known in the office as a BB PB). Bellberry 4.5km walkers Anne White, Trina O’Donnell, Cathy Stevens, Mel Gentgall, Sarah Clark and Kylie Sproston joined the race at Le Cornu opposite Bellberry’s first ever office address located at Ashford.

The event was a great success raising awareness and money for more than 1200 charities that The Everyday Hero supports.