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Great Runs Available for 2018 for VUK

25 Jan 2018

Vasculitis UK have been very fortunate in securing places for some of the Great Runs in 2018.

We have 20 places for the Great North Run - a 13.1 mile half marathon on 9th September 2018. It is probably the most prestigious half marathon in the country and even the world. Last year there were 57,000 runners: we had 21 of which we had places for 15. This year we have been allocated 20 places. At the moment all places have been filled but we do have a waiting list should you like to register your name

We have places still available for the Great Newham London Run on 2nd July 2018 - a 10k race round the Olympic stadium in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

We have a few places available for the Great South Run on 21st October 2018: 10 miles around Southsea and Portsmouth.

Please contact Dorothy (Fundraising Co-ordinator) by email at dorothy@vasculitis.org.uk to reserve a place. I will then email out the paperwork.

All we ask is that you raise a minimum of £150 for the Great North Run and £100 for the other two runs.

VUK will provide you with a running vest or t-shirt - and we would ask for a photo for our fundraisers gallery.

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