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Specialist Medical Negligence firm Pryers have two teams competing in local middle distance triathlon, “The Sundowner”,  which starts at midday on 14th September 2013. The event compromises a 1.2 mile swim, 57 mile bike and a 13.2 mile run and the Pryers teams hope to finish before the sun goes down.

Pryers, regularly take part in charitable events and this time they have decided to raise money for the Stroke Association, as they have a number of clients who have been affected by strokes. The Stroke Association run local support groups, providing an invaluable service to stroke victims and their families.

If you would like to donate to this very worthy cause please go to http://www.justgiving.com/Robyn-Hawxby1  for their just giving page.

If you are feeling inspired to compete, either as an individual or team, please go to www.freebirdevents.co.uk  for information on this event and more.

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