It’s your last chance to register for Santas on the Run 2019

It’s your last chance to register for Santas on the Run 2019

Posted on: 04 Dec 2019

Raise Christmas cheer in your Santa gear: the fancy dress fun run in aid of Children’s Hospice South West returns this weekend.

 

On Sunday 8 December, join hundreds of Santa-impersonators for a festive charity run around Bristol Harbourside.

 

But you’ve got to be quick! Registration to take part in this year’s fun-filled race closes tomorrow (Thursday 5 December) at midday.

 

Kicking off at Lloyds Amphitheatre, participants can run, jog, skip or walk their way around the easy-peasy 2K course. The route is accessible for sturdy wheelchairs and buggies.

Photo: Highlights Photography

So, how does it work?

 

Purchase your entry ticket and register for the race before 12:00 tomorrow, Thursday 5 December 2019.

 

Adult entry tickets cost £16 per person, whilst Child tickets cost £8 per person. Children ages 3-15 can only take part with a participating adult. (An entry ticket includes a full Santa suit and an end-of-race medal, so you won't need to splash out!)

 

In the meantime, drum up some sponsorship. Adults should aim to raise £30, and children should aim to raise £20 each.

 

On the day (which is this weekend, Sunday 8 December) head down to Lloyds Amphitheatre from 11:00 and confirm your attendance at the registration point.

 

Before the run kicks off at 13:00, get dressed into your Santa suit, and enjoy activities at the event village. They’ll be face painting, Santa’s Grotto, resident DJs and refreshments.

Photo: Highlights Photography

For lots more information, visit the website. But remember: you’ve got to register before midday tomorrow. 

 
Children’s Hospice South West care for children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and provide expert support to their families.

 

There’s loads of hints, tips and tricks about how to fundraise on the website, so getting sponsors should be a doddle. Christmas spirit is all about giving, after all!

 

For more information about parking, tickets and more head to the website.

 

Photos from Highlights Photography. 


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Kate Hutchison

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