Please join TEAM BADER for the British 10k London Run which will take place this year on Sunday 11th July.
The run again follows a route through the heart of historic central London taking runners past several of the City’s famous historic and iconic landmarks. If you’re fit enough, you might even have time to notice them!!
To join TEAM BADER, you will have to pay a non-refundable registration fee of £30 and commit to raising a minimum of £100 for the charity. You will then get the full back up and support of the charity and run with and be encouraged by a friendly, enthusiastic and experienced team. (Some are experienced at running it – others experienced at cheering from the sidelines…) You will also get to run wearing one of our distinctive T Shirts or Running Vests, which you will even be allowed to keep after the event!
It’s a great incentive to get fit with an achievable goal and the satisfaction of knowing that the money you raise will be going to a very worthy cause. The DOUGLAS BADER FOUNDATION relies almost entirely on fund-raising and donations to enable us to carry out our invaluable work on behalf of amputees and other disabled and the 10k RUN is a major fund-raising initiative for the charity.
Please encourage your friends and other people to support us by downloading, printing and distributing as many copies as you can of the DBF Flyers as seen above by clicking here.
To find out more, please contact Keith Delderfield by emailing: email@example.com or by ‘phoning 01442 826662 or (mob.) 07831 596015.
You can also click on the link to download a Registration Form which you can print and return to Keith Delderfield at the DBF Office: Douglas Bader Foundation, 45 Dundale Road, Tring, Hertfordshire, HP23 5BU.
If you’d prefer to register your interest by email, please complete the form below being sure to enter British 10k London Run in the subject box. You will also need to copy the “Captcha Code” into the adjacent box marked “Verify”. This helps to keep down the amount of spoof – and worse – emails we would receive otherwise.
If you have any questions, please contact us. We hope to see you there.Tags: 10k run, amputee, British 10k London Run, disabled, Douglas Bader, London