Huge thank you to Hamilton Academical and Shaun Want for allowing DB12Run to be Shaun's home shirt sponsor for 2020/21 season.
DB12Run will be proudly shirt sponsoring Shaun Want's Home shirt again for the 21/22 season.
On Thursday 8th April 2021 we had officially signed 🖋 and we can confirm with extreme pride to announce that DB12Run are the new official proud supporters and sponsors of the Hamilton Accies PAN-Disability football team.
On behalf of DB12Run we wish the team who have already won a trophy this season! Good luck in the up and coming season and further trophy winning season.
We are extremely honored and proud to be part of this History and extremely privileged to be allowed to support Hamilton Accies pan football team!!!
Thank you all to the DB12Run family for believing in our passion and support. Without you this community group would not be here and without you we could not help and support out local community, charities and support community groups.
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A Huge thank you to House of shah hamilton who are proud supporters of DB12Run.
The multi award winning house of shah hamilton have proudly supported DB12Run for three years helping us provide better running events, offer more to the community by giving free child places at all of our events and doing free running events for the community.
The house of shah has an amazing menu to offer and to share aswell as the DB12Run healthy menu where it offers low carb, low sugar food options to those hungry customers.
for more information on the house of shah hamilton or to tuck into one of the amazing meals check out the menu at
News article of the multi award winning house of shah hamilton Joe and his amazing team
DB12Run are proud to support local sports in there communities and DB12Run has recently joined with Clydesdale R.U.F.C.
Clydesdale R.U.F.C based in Stonehouse, South Lanarkshire are a rugby union club who compete in the west regional league west three.
DB12Run will be supporting clydesdale as well as trying to raise funds for the community club at our future events to help promote the sport within the community and to help with the youth programme. DB12Run will be looking to help and support the junior set up brining a community together, getting kids more active away from the computers aswell as this make life long new friends and promote health, discipline, teamwork and togetherness.
DB12Run are proud to support a small community rugby club - clydesdale RUFC and wish them a trophy winning season.
DB12Run are proud to announce that we are now the proud shirt sponsors for the away kit of Clydesdale RUFC based in stonehouse scotland.
Clydesdale RUFC are a south lanarkshire rugby union club who compete in the west regional league West three of the scottish rugby union. DB12Run will be supporting clydesdale as well as trying to raise funds for the community club at our future events to help promote the sport within the community and to help with the youth programme. We hope in 2021/22 we will be promoting and raising in aid for the youth team to find our new Douglas Elliot, Doddie Weir, James Robson and Donna Kennedy.
DB12Run will be looking to help and support the junior set up not only as a coach (Chris Gray) by brining fitness experience but pushing forward bringing a community together, getting kids more active away from the computers aswell as this make life long new friends and promote health, discipline, teamwork and togetherness.
for more information on clydesdale RUFC please visit www.facebook.com/rufcclydesdale/
Chris Gray accepts his prize from Colette and Jane-Claire Judson.
Hamilton man Chris Gray has been presented with a national award from Diabetes Scotland at the charity’s annual Inspire Awards.
The 28-year-old was the pick of 18 nominees from across Scotland in the Supporting Others category in recognition of the energy, enthusiasm and commitment he has demonstrated by supporting people living with diabetes.
Chris was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 2008 when he was aged 22. Having initially struggled to come to terms with his diagnosis, he has since developed a love of running and has completed countless 5k, 10k, half-marathon and marathon runs to raise money for charities and communities.
Chris said: “I was delighted to win the Diabetes Scotland Inspire Award for Supporting Others but it came as a huge surprise as there were so many other fantastic people nominated in the category.
“I’ve come a long way since I was first diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and found that running really helped me to maintain a healthy lifestyle and also help manage my blood sugars. I wanted to help other people with diabetes to be able to live well with the condition and understand that it doesn’t have to hold you back.”
Chris was presented with the Inspire Award for Supporting Others at the awards ceremony in Aberdeen by executive director of Diabetes UK, Colette Marshall, and Diabetes Scotland National director, Jane-Claire Judson.