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WWTW - We get locked down but we get up again
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This year the WWTW Staff are donning their Santa Hats and facemasks and are getting involved in their own challenges across the country on 10th December...
WWTW Employment Advisor, Lynsey Cordiner will be walking 14 miles from the war memorial in Newcastle City Centre to Whitley Bay Cenotaph, accompanied by her dad and Max the cockerspaniel.
Anna Tydeman, HR Business partner, will be doing a 'walk down memory lane', with her partner Stuart and their pup Leia. They will be walking from their current home to the childhood homes, a 12 mile round trip in total. Anna is a team member of Team 200,000 a collaborative effort from our HR, Finance, and Head Start team, joining forces to support those who have served.
Positive Pathways Project Assistant, Gemma McDonald, has joined forces with her family as part of team 'Angels of the North'. They will each be completing 100 miles between the 1st and 20th December, with he dad and brother doubling their efforts and going the extra (100) miles, to complete 200 miles by the 20th.
North East Operations Manager, Tommy Watson, will be walking 25 miles with his wife and 5 dogs!