Derbyshire Peaks Charity Run
Castleton, Derbyshire 31st August 10:00 AM
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Run for fitness, run for charity, run for fun...just run!! There’s no pressure, just some easy moves and lots of laughs. It’s all about getting involved, having fun and enjoying the whole experience of the day. The events aren’t timed so what’s motivating Big Fun Runners is getting together with friends & family (under 5s run for FREE), doing something healthy, raising money for a worthwhile cause & enjoying the great outdoors.
When you arrive, make your way to the start and finish area - look out for the Big Fun Run pyramid and you'll know you've reached the right place. Dress code is fun so wear whatever you like - fancy dress is always welcome however a comfortable pair of trainers is a must!
Date: 30 Nov, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM
Ticket Price: 4.00 GBP
Derbyshire Peaks Charity Run - Contact The Organiser
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Warm Up: 9.45am
Race Start: 10am
The fun run is for everyone, adults and children alike.You don’t have to run, you can walk, jog or run – it’s up to you!
Minimum age for participation is 5 years old. For more information contact Sonya Gill.
Directions & Parking
Arriving by foot
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Arriving by bike
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Arriving by car
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