Neurocare Head Start 5k + 10k

28th January 2015

This popular Neurocare event will be bigger and better than ever this year! Like last year, there will be both a 5k and a 10k option on offer, to suit runners of differing abilities.

The 10k race will start first at 9am and will consist of two laps of the circuit, whilst the 5k will kick-off at 10.30am and will be one lap. The course is nice and flat suitable for participants in wheelchairs or pushing pushchairs. We also offer entry for corporate teams to encourage some friendly competition and team building! Click here to find out how to enter your company.  For your entry you will be credited on the website and in the Neurocare newsletter. You will also have the opportunity to include merchandise in the race goodybags if desired. Wilson Field are once again kindly sponsoring the whole cost of the event which means 100% of your entry fee  comes directly to fund the work of Neurocare! The five previous Head Start races have raised a lot of money;  since 2010, Head Start has raised over £65,000 for Neurocare! ENTRANCE FEES: 5k race: £10 10k race: £15 For more information and to enter online, please click here. 

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