Santa Dash for Blind Veterans UK and Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme

26th October 2015

Join us for some festive fun and take part in our Endcliffe Park Santa Dash.

Follow our 5k route or enter the family fun run, get into the Christmas spirit and help raise money for charity. There will be Christmas music and festivities. Ideal for work colleagues, family and friends. When: Sunday 29th November Where: Endcliffe Park. Sheffield Distance: 5k (main race) and a children's fun run. 9.30 am meet for 10.00 am start Registration Fee: £10.00 Adult with free Santa suit (10 years and above) Under 10s free and prize to best fancy dress costume Race Packs All runners will receive a race pack prior to the event. It will contain your running number, a race information leaflet and sponsorship form. Santa costumes will be available for collection on the day. All runners who register after Monday 23rd will be able to pick up their pack from the registration desk on the morning of the race from 9.00 am. Children's fun run As well as the main 5k Santa Dash, there will be a mini- stampede for children under 10 years old. The best fancy dressed child will win a prize! Volunteer As well as runners we are looking for volunteers to help on the day. We have a variety of roles up for grabs. These include helping with registration, directing runners around the route and handing out goody bags to the finishers. Whatever your role you will be part of a fantastic team creating a fantastic festive event. Contact Andrea for further details and registration. or 01142 672557

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