British 10k Run - Sunday 10th July 2016

The British 10k is heralded as one of London’s most iconic routes through the heart of central London. During the race you will run past many of the capital's world-class historical landmarks including St. James's Palace, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey.


Location: London
Distance: 10km
Fundraising target: £200
Registration: £25

Last year 15,000 runners took to London's pavements. Join them in 2016 in support of West London Day Centre!

Image of Tom our Deputy Manager running the British 10k

 

The British 10k is a great opportunity to see the sights of central London, dust off those running shoes and raise much-needed funds for the homeless. Whether you’re an experienced runner and want to sprint to a PB or a complete beginner, Britain’s number one road race will not disappoint!

Registration for the event is £25, which covers the cost of the events fees so all your hard-earned fundraising money can go straight to where it’s most needed: helping vulnerable homeless people off the street and into accommodation.

Why not organise a team at work, get some friends together or get the family involved? By taking part you can help a homeless person find a new home! We’re suggesting each runner aims to raise £200, as this will pay for the training and certification to enable a homeless person to start working on a construction site, or cover the cost of the cups of tea we serve for five months.

Will you take part and help support a homeless person to move into accommodation?

To register to take part in the British 10k or for more information, please contact Chloe on 020 7569 5914 or email chloe.harrison@wlm.org.uk

Image of WLDC Volunteers running the British 10k


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