PracticeConsultingTaking Stock – Well done to this year’s runners.

Taking Stock - Well done to this year's runners.

Uncharacteristic publicity shyness seems to have descended this year on TS readers who ran the London Marathon earlier this month. Mailbags bulged in previous years. This year, step forward publicity-happy Julia Newton, senior manager at Burnett Swayne in Southampton, who tells us ‘I ran it myself’ in 4hrs 40mins and raised #2,000 for the NSPCC. And information technology partner at J Nicholson in Lincoln, Richard Grayson, came in 10 minutes later and raised #2,000 for Children’s Wish. Those other readers we know are among the other accountants who can run a long way but who have chosen to hide behind their balance sheets – TS says, well done. And no more until next year, please.

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