Charity 5K Run.

Mundays organises an annual Charity 5k Run each summer. Over 200 people take part and our team support it in a number of ways including running, marshalling, time keeping or baking for the popular cake stall! The Run is an opportunity for people to contribute to this cause whilst having fun and getting fit. It is open to all ages and abilities, including elite runners, families and businesses. A number of firms choose to enter a team and enjoy competing against their colleagues and friends.

Charity 5K Run for the Princess Alice Hospice

The 2019 race was held on 8th May 2019, and a race report shall follow shortly. Over 12 years, we have raised more than £60,000 for the Princess Alice Hospice, which has  provided free end of life care to adult patients since 1985. The 2019 race was held in Painshill Park for the first time in 2019 at the heart of Mundays’ strong links with the Cobham and Elmbridge communities.

A 2020 date for diaries, our 5K will be held on 13th May 2020 at Painshill Park again. If you would like to get involved in next year’s event please e-mail marketing@mundays.co.uk to be added to the invitation list or you can make a donation online.

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