Race4men Gloucester 2016

Oxstalls Tennis Centre, Oxstalls Tennis Centre
Charity runs

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Ticket prices are: 

  • Online entry fee for adults is £12.  
  • On the day adult registration is £15,
  • Children 13 – 17 years is £10.  
  • On the day entry fee for children 12 years and under is £5

Please visit the website to get your tickets 

Over the past 7 years this event has raised over £88,000 for life saving research.  Now in its eighth year, this event will once again take place at Plock Court, Gloucester.  Open to men and boys of all ages, to run, jog or walk 5k (under 18's need a signed parental disclaimer which can be obtained by emailing the organisers at race4men@gmail.com).

The Race4Men will be held on Sunday, 14th August 2016, with the race starting at 11 am.  This year we will also be running a 10Km race to challenge those who have done the 5Km before or encourage new runners. We are also planning to include a relay. There will also be a small family funday with activities for all the family.  A specific Race4Men Gloucestershire 2016 event will be set up on JustGiving, so please follow the details of how to set up your online fundraising page in your registration email, which you will receive within approx 10 working days after registering.

Please raise as much as you can for Cancer Reserach UK's life saving research.  Online entry fee for adults remains at £12.  On the day entry fee for children 12 years and under is £5, and children 13 – 17 years is £10.  On the day adult registration is £15, and an additional donation will be encouraged in lieu of sponsorship. Prices are the same for both races

This is a supporter-organised event

This event is organised by a Cancer Research UK supporter. Cancer Research UK staff may have supported the event organiser but the charity is not responsible for the event itself. Our supporters are legally obliged to return any fundraising money that they have collected in aid of Cancer Research UK. Any questions about the event should be directed to the event organiser directly.

The event organiser is encouraged to look at all aspects of safety for their event or activity. Cancer Research UK cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or injury caused as a result of taking part in the event.

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