City of Wolverhampton College staff get muddy for charity



15th November 2021

A member of staff from City of Wolverhampton College beat off tough competition from over 500 runners to be first across the line in a charity fun run. 

Bradley Hughes, aged 21, a supervisor in the college’s Student Hub, came first in the Pretty Muddy Race for Life at Weston Park on October 30. 

A team of seven staff from a range of departments the college took part in the event – raising over £1,000 – with Bradley completing the course in just 26 minutes. 

Bradley said: “The course was super-muddy but it was a really fun event and I was proud to be part of the college team raising money for such a good cause.” 

Bradley was joined at the run by colleagues Helen Fellows, Luke Foster, Jodie Hathaway, Danielle Jones, Gurinder Rai and Asha Sahota. 

Six members of staff - four female and two male in pink t-shirts and black leggings before the start of the charity fun run
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