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Sport and Development – Lorenzo Wareham

Over the past two decades there has been an ever increasing importance placed on the role sport can play in aiding a number of different development agendas around the world. Sport transcends both language and cultural differences, having the potential to convey powerful messages of peace and development. Sport can also improve the quality of…
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Cruise Lunch

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A huge thank you to everyone who came along to our inaugural Cruise Charity Lunch on board the fabulous Magellan at Port of Tyne on Saturday 2nd June.

We had a brilliant day eating delicious food and drinking plenty with lovely people in a wonderful venue. Huge thank you to Cruise & Maritime Voyages for hosting and sponsoring the event and to Port of Tyne for allowing guests through security.

The event wasn't only a fabulous day out, but raised £2,575 to help children in East Africa access quality education!

20 years since COCO’s journey began!

On the 20th of May 1998, co-founders Steve Cram CBE and Jim Panton ran the Bosnia Comrades ultramarathon - and COCO's journey began! Steve, Jim and king of Comrades Bruce Fordyce had a chat to reminisce on the race that inspired the start of COCO and to reflect on how so much has happened as…
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Doug’s Marathon des Sables

In April, the amazing Doug Ruddock ran the Marathon des Sables to raise money for COCO and The Lighthouse Trust Summer School, two causes close to his heart. Doug has raised money for COCO in the past by taking part in Iron Man New Zealand, climbing Kilimanjaro and running all over the UK - but…
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