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REGENT PARK CHARITY RUN SATURDAY
17 MARCH 2012

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PHOTO GALLERY INDEX

REGENT PARK SAT 02 APRIL 2011 Great Kibworth 27 Sept 2009
MISSING FAMOUS PEOPLE HYDE PARK  SATURDAY 13 MARCH10 GERRY & KATE MCCANN
 

2012 Regents Park

Results

Name Bib Position Time

Gerry Mccann 396 46 45:16

Kate Mccann 395 77 47:19

Jane Tanner 63 185 51:58

Fiona Payne 769 211 53:38

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Singers help to make run rock

BASINGSTOKE GAZETTE -11-04-2012
THIS IS HAMPSHIRE-11-04-2012

INDEPENDENT IE-17-03-2012

Rachel Elias,  Martin Houghton-Brown,  Gloria Hunniford, Mcanns,  Peter Lawrence

Madeleine case review 'a huge step'

MISSING PEOPLE-17-03-2012

Kirsten O'Brien,  ?? , Rachel Elias,  Martin Houghton-Brown,  Gloria Hunniford, Mcanns,  Peter Lawrence

Hundreds Turn Out to Support Miles for Missing People
THIS IS LEICESTERSHIRE -19-03-2012

Parents of Madeleine McCann hail new probe as 'huge step'

MAIL-17-03-2012

Review into Madeleine case is 'a huge step forward', say the McCanns ahead of 10k run for missing people

 
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH-17-03-2012

Madeleine case review 'a huge step'

MISSING PEOPLE-17-03-12

Hundreds Turn Out to Support Miles for Missing People

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MAIL-17-03-2012

Review into Madeleine case is 'a huge step forward', say the McCanns ahead of 10k run for missing people

The parents of Madeleine McCann said today a police review of her case was 'a huge step' in the effort to help trace the missing girl.

A team of detectives in Portugal has been re-appointed to re-examine the original investigation into Madeleineís disappearance, after she vanished while on a family holiday in the Algarve almost five years ago.

It follows a review by Scotland Yard officers which began last May. 

Speaking ahead of a 10 kilometre run for a missing peopleís charity in Regentís Park, London, Gerry McCann said: 'Weíre 10 months into the Metís review process and itís important for us.

'Itís taken pressure off us, knowing the police are actually reviewing everything. Itís a huge step for us.'

Madeleine was nearly four when she went missing from her familyís holiday flat in Praia da Luz, in the Algarve, in May 2007 as her parents Kate and Gerry dined with friends nearby. 

The McCanns were joined by hundreds of families and friends of other missing people for the charity run in Regentís Park, including Peter Lawrence, father of missing York chef Claudia Lawrence, and Rachel Elias, sister of rock star Richey Edwards, rhythm guitarist and co-lyricist of the Manic Street Preachers.

Almost 1,000 runners took part in this year's Miles for Missing People event.

Organised by the charity Missing People, the 10km run aims to raise funds for its 24-hour lifeline which offers support to families of missing people across the UK.

Kate McCann said: 'It's a cause and a charity very close to our hearts. We've been able to meet people who are in similar situations. Although each experience is unique, we are all going through that fight and pain of not having a loved one with us.'

Mr Lawrence, whose daughter Claudia vanished in March 2009, said the Miles for Missing People provides 'tremendous support'.

Miss Lawrence failed to arrive for her 6am shift at the University of York.

Speaking ahead of the third anniversary of her disappearance, Mr Lawrence said: 'No day is good, especially this weekend, but meeting other families really does help.

'The helpline is absolutely essential for all the people who go missing in this country.'

He added: 'As the search for Claudia continues, the tremendous support generated by Miles for Missing People is invaluable in helping people to cope with the consequences of someone in their life going missing, maximising the chances of finding them.'

Missing People chief executive Martin Houghton-Brown said: 'If your loved one went missing, wouldn't you want the world to stop and look for them? The charity Missing People is building a dedicated community of people ready to join the search online, at work and in their communities.'

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