Students complete mile fun run
PUBLISHED: 14:00 25 May 2019
More than 100 people completed a mile-long run for fun on Sunday.
It was a record turnout for St Nicholas Chantry School's annual fun run.
Around 110 people of all ages pounded the pavements and ran a mile along Clevedon's seafront.
Winning pupil Joseph Finch also broke the course record with his time of six minutes and 12 seconds.
Tom Snowball was the first dad to cross the line and Hannah Haines took the title for the mums.
Headteacher Peter Treasure-Smith, who also took part, was 'delighted' to see so many people turn up for the event.
He added: "It was a great event with wonderful weather so it was fun for everyone."
All children were handed a medal and a refreshing ice-lolly on completion of the race, which was organised by Simon Stacey, the secretary of the Friends of St Nicholas' Chantry.