Leamington sisters' charity run to mark ten years since their brother went missing
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Sisters from Leamington are taking part in a charity run to mark the tenth year since their brother went missing.
Satvir Sembhi and Ginder Kundi’s brother Sanjiv (Tony) Kundi was reported missing in October 2013 after he had travelled to Paris from Leamington.
They will take part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon on Sunday October 8 in support of Missing People.
The race follows a route through some of London’s most picturesque parks - something Tony was fond of.
Satvir said: “Tony was born and raised in Leamington Spa.
"He loved some of the stunning parks and lakes such as Jephson Gardens, Victoria Park, and Draycote Water, where he would often relax and watch the world go by.
“This is why we have chosen this half marathon to mark the tenth anniversary of when he went missing."
As a pledge to mark Tony’s 50th birthday last year, Satvir took on the London Marathon again in support of Missing People – a charity which offers a lifeline for the 180,000 people who run away and go missing each year and also provides support for their family and friends.
Satvir said: “Missing People have been an amazing pillar of strength for me and my family to help with our feelings and emotions related to my missing brother."
For the fundraising page visit https://shorturl.at/fyLQ3