Head Start in association with Wilson Field

3rd February 2016

Back with a Bang for the 7th year for a Chip timed 10k and Family Fun 5k!! Hosted at Rother Valley Country Park on the 17th April 2016 This event will be fab fun for the whole family whether you are a seasoned pro, a first time jogger or want to come for a stroll to support Neurocare then please feel free to join in the fun (you can even bring your four legged friend).

For all you keen runners out there, this is a Chip Timed course so will be the perfect chance to set a PB!! The event will start at 8.00am with registration The 10K will start at 9.30am and the 5K will start at 11am. Suggested time of arrival for runners is 8.15am for 10K and 9.45am for 5K. Please allow plenty of time to get into this event as entry to the park may be slow. Please bring some change so you can treat yourself to a post race massage and buy some goodies from our stall. We at Neurocare and our good friends and sponsor, Wilson Field, are really looking forward to seeing you there!  

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