Wednesday 10th May 2017
On Wednesday 10th May, the 10th Mundays Charity Fun run will take place in Bushy Park. Each year, the Mundays team organise this popular event to raise funds and awareness for the Princess Alice Hospice, which provides patient care and support in Surrey, Middlesex and South West London.
The run is in aid of the Princess Alice Hospice in Esher. The Hospice have provided free end of life care to adult patients since 1985. We have raised nearly £50,000 over nine years, and are aiming to beat the £4800 raised in 2016.
This is a great team building event so bring along your supporters and a picnic. The route is fast and flat but also ideal if this is your first run.
Teams of all abilities are very welcome, and there will be prizes for a variety of abilities, so please come along for a fun 5k run.
The Hospice will be running the ever popular cake stall plus we will have chip timing provided by Sports Systems and free professional photographs from Sussex Sport Photography (available to download after the event).
The entry fee is just £16 per runner but please make an extra donation if you are able to do so.
Enter the race – entries are limited, and please enter early. On the entry page, there is also a pdf postal entry form, which you may wish to use if you have a corporate team. Entries will be accepted on the day if the race is not full, but please arrive from 5:45pm.
Make a donation.
Location: Diana Fountain, Bushy Park, KT8 9DD (located inside Bushy Park)
Collection of race numbers: From 5:45pm
Race start: 6:30pm prompt
Presentation of prizes: 7:15pm
Photographs: Will be available for each runner, taken by Sussex Sport photography.
Contact: If you have any queries regarding this event or suggestions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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