Bristol 10k: pound the pavements or cheer the loudest

>>Bristol 10k: pound the pavements or cheer the loudest

We urgently need Bristol 10k runners and volunteers to help ensure the event’s success.

Penny Brohn UK wants as many runners as possible to pound the pavements in our purple colours on Sunday, May 13.

The impressive 6.2-mile route heads down Anchor Road, along the Portway, underneath Brunel’s iconic Suspension Bridge and back via Cumberland Road and historic harbour.

“The 10k is a brilliant chance to see beautiful Bristol whilst helping us continue to support people facing the disease.

“We’ll fully support you, with things including a personalised running vest, fundraising pack, regular training and fundraising e-newsletters, and chance to visit us to see how you helped.” – Sarah Godfrey, Penny Brohn events and community administrator.

We also need 60 volunteer marshals and cheerpoint cheerers to help the day run smoothly.

“Marshals will ensure the course is safe, direct and encourage runners, assist organisers to make the event successful and hand out finish line packs.

“Cheerpoint volunteers will give our runners a boost by making as much noise as possible at designated points,” – added Sarah.

Running entry costs £30 and Penny Brohn asks for £125 minimum sponsorship.

To run, volunteer or for more information, call Sarah on 01275 370072 or email running@pennybrohn.org.uk

2018-04-12T16:12:00+00:00
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