Help find John Lawton

John Lawton

Update: please note that John Lawton's body was found on 16th August 2012. For more on this you can visit - http://nantwich-news.co.uk/wordpress/2012/08/16/body-found-in-greece-in-hunt-for-south-cheshire-runner-john-lawton/

John Lawton went missing on Sunday 8th April whilst running the Taygetos Challenge in Greece. His son and the search teams have been looking for him since he failed to finish the race on Sunday evening.

John is a runner with a local Sandbach running group and lives in Alsager.  The Hope Street Centre are featuring this information to support the effort to extend the range of people who aware that he is missing. 

John is an experienced runner and had been looking forward to this race. John is a much loved husband, father, grandfather and friend and everyone wishes the search team well in their search for John. Please comment and post this mesage to your Facebook or Twitter to keep John's profile out there.

If you have any information or would like to find out more about the search for John, then you can click on the links at thebottom of this article.  A Just Giving page has also been set up in order for people to support the search effort if the wish to.

 

 

 

 

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The Hope Street Centre is an independent centre located in the attractive rural market town of Sandbach in South Cheshire, with easy access to the M6 motorway and the railway network at Crewe.  The centre is readily accessible from the neighbouring towns of Congleton, Alsager, Middlewich, Holmes Chapel, Knutsford, Crewe, Kidsgrove, Winsford, Northwich, Warrington and Stoke on Trent.

Our Address: 10 Hope Street, SANDBACH, Cheshire, CW11 1BA
Telephone:      01270 764003

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