Staff at Flowline Specialists were cheering on their colleagues last weekend as they took part in the 2015 Baker Hughes 10k running festival in Aberdeen.
Electrical technician Cameron Grant and Nick Wells, who is a junior project engineer, donned their trainers to take part in the annual 10k run.The pair have so far raised £467 for local charity Inspire.
Based in Aberdeen’s Beach Boulevard and delivering services to individuals with learning disabilities and additional support needs across the north-east, Inspire is Flowline Specialists’ nominated charity until March 2016.
Cameron and Nick were among nearly 6,000 runners taking part in the annual event which is a highlight of the running season.Both clocked very impressive times on the 6.2 mile route round Aberdeen beach.Nick crossed the line in 42 minutes 14 seconds, while Cameron completed the course in 49 minutes 21 seconds.It meant they finished 228th and 971st fastest respectively.
This was the latest in a series of fundraising initiatives being undertaken by staff at Flowline Specialists as part of its 18-month long partnership with Inspire.Fundraising kicked off in November with a team of four walking over hot coals on Bonfire Night as part of a firewalk organised by Inspire.
If you would like to donate to Cameron and Nick’s fundraising efforts visit http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/flowline7.