Zenith's Manchester Branch Manager, Steve Orr, is running the London Marathon on April 23rd  to raise money for deafblind charity Sense.

Sense is a national charity that supports people who are deafblind, have sensory impairments or complex needs, to enjoy more independent lives.

Steve says, “I chose to support Sense because of the amazing work they do for deafblind people. This will be my 5th -and possibly last- marathon.” 

Besides this, on Friday 7th April, avid Liverpool fan Steve will wear a Manchester United shirt for the whole day in his branch.  “My wife thought it was an April Fool when I said that I’d wear a Man Utd shirt for a day. But if I can raise a few more pounds for SENSE, I’ll give it a go! I’m sure all my staff and friends will be revelling in my discomfort!” 

To support Sense and contribute to Steve’s fund, you can sponsor via your local Zenith branch or visit his JustGiving page: 


To find out more about the great work that Sense do, visit their website