Welcome to the Hillsborough to Anfield Run 2013
The Hillsborough Families Support Group and the Hillsborough Justice Campaign are completely committed to our undertaking again this year and we are delighted not only to have them on board, but honoured to be doing the run in memory of the 96 with their support.
Reflecting on the run this year is going to be tough, so many highs and a few lows. First I need to start on the team, unbelievable effort from all 19 people who involved themselves and gave up so much time and effort. We had some new additions this year
I have chosen to split this blog in two. I want to take the opportunity to thank the support team and my fellow runners and then I want to discuss my experience of the run. Upon joining the team, I was unsure why we needed 13 support staff, boy was
Today seen the team get together for the first time, for some this was familiar faces and for the new team members joining an introduction. As well as the logistics of kit, equipment, people’s, times and places the most important job today was to visit The Children’s Hospital Sheffield, one
96 souls still waiting for JUSTICE to be done 96 miles from Hillsborough to Anfield 96 memories that will never yield.
Running in memory of the fans, the 96 Running for the hospitals and the kids that they fix Running for a legacy of those that didn’t come home Running for JUSTICE, They’ll never walk alone!
- Earle Jackson