In memory of Dennis, the team run for charity

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Dennis Chapman, a partner in Lawgistics, who sadly died on Wednesday 25th March 2015, was not always the most sport-orientated of men. So it is with a degree of irony and much affection that Lawgistics have created a team to run in his honour to help raise funds for SILA – The Sarcoidosis Charity.

Dennis would be highly amused to see so many of his work colleagues panting around the site at Alconbury on the 21st June, 2015, intent on not being the last to finish one of two circuits, of either 3km or 10km!

Our aim is to raise £1000.00 which will be put to the charity we thought most fitting and reflective of Dennis and the natural compassion he always showed to others.

If you feel like supporting us in our quest, please make a donation through the link below.

http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-web/fundraiser/showFundraiserProfilePage.action?userUrl=teamlawgistics

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