Some of our Pathology colleagues recently completed the Lindley 10K - picking up a few memories along the way.

Biomedical Scientist, Reece Isaac (pictured second from the right), was the first in the team to finish, with a speedy 50-minute time. Healthcare Science Assistant, Aminah Ounees (third from left), managed to come first out of the central services team - surprising herself in the process. Blood Science Administrator, Jack Bowling (middle), was unable to sleep the night after, due to taking five caffeine gels to help him make it through the run.

Finally, a special mention for Healthcare Science Assistant, Umar Passwala, who isn't pictured as he hadn't yet finished. The furthest he had ever ran before was 3K, and he completed the 10K with no sleep the night before.

The team were waiting for Umar at the finish line but thought he had abandoned the race to go home. As it turns out, he had stopped along the way to have a nice little chat with one of the stewards.

Also pictured from left to right are Biomedical Support, Uroosa Majeed, Biomedical Support Worker Grace Henry, Central Services Coordinator Jack Gough and Nick Hatch (who no longer works at CHFT, but didn't want to miss out).