My run to raise money for GOSH, where my sister receives treatment
By Ellie B
My run for GOSH (Great Ormond Street Hospital) was on Saturday 13th October 2018. I went to Hyde Park for the 5K run. I did this run because of my younger sister Chloe, who unfortunately suffers from Reynolds and lupus. They are both conditions which have to be monitored and treated regularly by GOSH, so my family thought that we would participate in the GOSH run to help raise money for them. When we got there, it appeared that over 6,000 people were taking part. Overall my family raised over £100 pounds. So I would like to thank everyone who sponsored us. Not only did they make a difference for my sister Chloe but also for children all over the country.