These colours run

A kind-hearted Telford schoolgirl is planning to celebrate her seventh birthday by fundraising for charity instead of having a party with friends. Kendrah Knight is going to spend her special day supporting Severn Hospice at its Colour Run on 10 June at Telford Town Park and, instead of getting birthday presents, shes asking for donations to be made to the hospice.
Kendrah said, ‘My mum asked me what I wanted for my birthday and I already have clothes and dollies so I asked if we could give something to charity instead. I’m going running with my mum and were asking everyone to give money to the hospice and not to buy me presents.’ To support Kendrah, visit

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