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Fundraising
Enthusiastic staff and volunteers from the independent charity Peterborough Environment City Trust (PECT) are taking part in this year’s Perkins Great Eastern Fun Run to raise funds for their charity, with all donations received going towards helping to create a cleaner, greener, and healthier city.

On 11th October, the PECT Team will be putting on their running shoes and promoting all things green while taking part in the 5k Anna's Hope Fun Run around the centre of Peterborough. PECT would like to thank the craft collective Handmade in Peterborough for their fantastic support in making foliage-covered headbands for the team to run in and raise awareness of their environmental projects.

As an independent charity with more than 21 years’ experience working within the city, PECT delivers ground-breaking and innovative projects of local, regional and national significance, enabling change for a sustainable future.

“PECT works with a multitude of communities, schools, businesses, local authorities and voluntary organisations to deliver projects that make a real difference,” explains the charity’s CEO Carly Leonard. “Any funds raised go towards supporting vitally important projects, such as Forest for Peterborough, which aims to plant more than 180,000 trees across the city by 2030.”

To donate to PECT’s efforts in the Fun Run visit the website mydonate.bt.com/events/pectfunrun.

For more information about the charity’s work, take a look at www.pect.org.uk or find the charity on Twitter @SustainableCity.