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.. Running for Zoe's place.

SIX supporters of the Zo's Place Baby Hospice in Ash Green took part in the BUPA Great South Run last Saturday.

One of those runners taking part in the 10 mile event in Portsmouth was Stephen Sale, whose two-year-old daughter, Jaime, uses the hospice for respite care.

Stephen and his partner Sarah are keen to raise awareness for Jaime's condition, known as SMARD, and of the hospice which has helped support them through her care.

Kirstie Nichols, fundraiser for Zo's Place in Easter Way, Ash Green, also took part in the event.

She said: "The support on the day was absolutely wonderful.''
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Date:Nov 5, 2011
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