12 year old Amisha runs for St Bees RNLI

Lifeboats News Release

Amisha Naurang will be running in the Junior Great North Run this Saturday 10 September to raise money for St Bees RNLI.

RNLI/Colin Wadey

12 year old Amisha has been a keen runner for the last four years. She represented her primary school at regional level and was very successful in both athletics and gymnastics. Since joining St Bees School Amisha has had a lot of support from her teacher Zoe Bettinson and many of their staff - who spend their lunchtimes running with her.

Amisha said:

‘I wanted to raise money for the RNLI volunteers after attending their open day and realised what great work they do in St Bees’.

If you would like to help Amisha raise money for the RNLI please visit her just giving page:


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