£23,727.20 raised by the participants of Walk4Pounds: The Sinnott 25
- Money raised being spread between three great local charities
- 94 participants took part in the walk that raised £23,727.20
- Comments from Club Ambassador Andy Booth
94 Terriers completed either the 15-mile or the 25-mile walk, sponsored by The Skinny Food Co, that raised £23,727.20 in the Walk4Pounds: The Sinnott 25.
Due to the great effort shown by all the walkers that took part in this year’s Walk4Pounds: The Sinnott 25, £23,727.20 was raised, meaning £7,909.07 will be shared between three amazing local charities – the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Huddersfield Town Foundation, and the Jordan Sinnott Foundation Trust.
A huge thank you to our title sponsors The Skinny Food Co. for sponsoring the walk that was in memory of former Town Academy graduate Jordan Sinnott, who’s untimely passing occurred in tragic circumstances in January 2020 – he was a teammate and close friend of several members of our current First Team.
94 walkers met at the John Smith’s Stadium in the early hours of the morning on Saturday 8 October 2022, before they made their way to Menston where they would begin the 25-mile walk.
The journey took them from one of Jordan’s schools, St Mary’s School Menston, before passing his junior club Guisley FC and the home of Bradford City at Valley Parade, and finally back to Huddersfield and the John Smith’s Stadium – the route was definitely a challenge!
Commenting on the amount raised, Club Ambassador Andy Booth Said:
“We’re really pleased with the amount we have raised for the three worthwhile charities – especially in the current climate where it’s so difficult for so many people to be able to raise the total we have; it just shows how special the event is.
“I’d like to thank everybody who took part in the walk and for all their effort in raising the funds, the support team and Team Tea who do a fantastic job making sure the event runs so smoothly, everybody who has donated and supported the walk in so many ways and especially The Skinny Food Co. who sponsored the walk.”