Run 10km to Help Horses
World Horse Welfare is appealing for 12 people to raise money for the charity by taking part in the British 10km event in London.
The race on Sunday 10 July 2011 is a fun event for people of all running standards with the course winding through the heart of London. Competitors will start at Hyde Park, passing several famous landmarks such as Big Ben and London Tower, finishing at the Horse Guards building on Whitehall.
Frances Plume, Supporter Fundraising Officer at World Horse Welfare said “This is a fantastic event with over 25,000 runners taking part including lots of celebrities.
“We would urge people to consider running for us and to get in touch. We offer lots of support and advice and provide a goody bag for everyone at the finish line.
“The event is a great day out so why not run with members of your family or friends?”
Each person who runs for World Horse Welfare is required to raise a minimum of £100 in sponsorship. A race pack and running top is sent to each entrant.
To find out more details and how to get involved visit our website at www.worldhorsewelfare.org
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