Liverpool House have been literally running around raising money for Community Week, in particular for cancer charities.
[caption id="attachment_1107" align="alignleft" width="124"] Brian Murphy after his marathon run[/caption]
Brian Murphy ran a half marathon and raised £542 for three charities: Zoe's Place, Macmillan and a local charity called Cry.
Louise Broadhurst, Liverpool transport manager, who lost her mum to cancer in January, raised £255 by running the Cancer Research Race for Life.
Night staff and NRS staff joined in with Nottingham House in the inter house football tournament and raised £140 which went to Clatterbridge Cancer Hospital.
[caption id="attachment_1108" align="aligncenter" width="519"] Race for LIfe ladies[/caption]
And Matt Tyrer held a charity night in honour of his dad Monty Tyrer whom he lost to cancer in April - raising £740 for Clatterbridge Cancer Hospital.
What an amazing amount of money raised altogether - well done Liverpool!