Girl power gets Mini Mermaids to the finish in Leeds

Hannah Corne of  Leeds, is shaping the lives of local girls through her Mini Mermaid Running Club.
Pictured at Parkrun Roundhay Park, Leeds     5th nov 2016
Hannah Corne of Leeds, is shaping the lives of local girls through her Mini Mermaid Running Club. Pictured at Parkrun Roundhay Park, Leeds 5th nov 2016
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Leeds girls are being given a boost in confidence and encouraged to exercise by a new programme launched by a Moortown mum.

Hannah Corne, 36, has established the Mini Mermaid Running Club to promote physical and mental wellbeing and help address the lack of self-confidence often felt by primary school-aged girls.

Hannah Corne of  Leeds, is shaping the lives of local girls through her Mini Mermaid Running Club.
Pictured at Parkrun Roundhay Park, Leeds     5th nov 2016

Hannah Corne of Leeds, is shaping the lives of local girls through her Mini Mermaid Running Club. Pictured at Parkrun Roundhay Park, Leeds 5th nov 2016

Sessions have taken place in several Leeds schools already.

MMRC is supported by the Jane Tomlinson Appeal, which has donated £2,150 to help 100 girls complete the programme this year.

Hannah Corne of  Leeds, is shaping the lives of local girls through her Mini Mermaid Running Club.
Pictured at Parkrun Roundhay Park, Leeds     5th nov 2016

Hannah Corne of Leeds, is shaping the lives of local girls through her Mini Mermaid Running Club. Pictured at Parkrun Roundhay Park, Leeds 5th nov 2016

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