Oct. 17, 2012
-- Good sports from across the South East are being encouraged to dust off their trainers and take part in After Adoption’s Regent’s Park 10k run.
Runners of all ages and abilities are invited to enjoy three laps in one of the capital’s most beautiful parks. The run takes place on Sunday November 18 – just after National Adoption Week. All funds raised will help families, individuals and relatives of an adopted person.
This will be After Adoption’s fourth 10k run in one of London’s royal parks and promises to be a fun event. All runners will receive a T-shirt, medal and a goody bag.
After Adoption fundraiser Steve Joyce says: “Regent’s Park is a great backdrop for this event and every runner will make a real difference to families affected by adoption. We ask all runners to try to raise sponsorship as the entry fee pays for the event but does not significantly contribute to the charity’s important work.
“This run is for everyone – not just serious runners. Even if you have never run in an event before – 10 kilometres is achievable. And there are still a good few weeks to train for the run.”
Serious runners are also invited to take part as the run will be held under UK Athletics rules with chip timing.
To register for the run contact Steve Joyce on 0161 830 2023 or enter online at www.regentspark10k.com