Tuesday 24th April 2012
Morrisons workers will swap the supermarket aisles for the sea front when they run between two piers to raise money for charity.
Stuart Marshall, the manager of Morrisons in Worthing, will run from Brighton Pier to Worthing Pier along with colleagues Dan Wadey, Adam Thackery and Kate Slee.
The team will tackle the 10 mile run along the seafront in a fundraising bid for St Barnabas House, which provides specialist palliative care within hospices and patients' homes.
As well as asking family, friends and colleagues to sponsor the run, staff and volunteers from St Barnabas will be collecting at the store, in Newland Street, Worthing, on May 12 and 13.
Sloane Vaughan, St Barnabas House community fundraising manager, said: "We are so grateful to everyone at Morrisons for the fantastic support that they have shown for St Barnabas.
"We wish Stuart, Dan, Adam and Kate the best of luck for their challenge and hope they have a great time while raising vital funds for the hospice."
The Pier To Pier Challenge will take place on May 20.
To sponsor the team, visit http://www.justgiving.com/MorrisonsWorthing.