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Louth Run For Life 2019
30 Jun 2019

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Barbara Rhodes

Total raised

£70.00

+ £6.25 Gift Aid

140 Complete
140% of £50.00 target
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Together we will beat cancer

In memory of

2 Dads and Susan

About this event:
1k and 5k events (walk, jog or run). Open to men, women and children. The event starts and ends in the Market Place in the pretty Lincolnshire market town of Louth. The route takes in the beautiful Hubbards Hils Park and has great support along the way. Fancy Dress is always encouraged and spot prizes are given.

On the day:
Join us in the market place for a warm up, then the children's (under 12's) 1k will start at 10am, the women's 5k starts at 10:30am and finally the men's 5k at 11:45am. As always the event will be followed up with an afterparty at the Kings Head on Mercer Row with live music from local bands.

Get involved: Sign up today and raise funds to help us beat cancer sooner. Early bird offer applies and as of the 1st June prices for the men and womens race will increase to £15.00.
Tie those laces because every step you take will be beating cancer.

Latest updates

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Anne

2019-06-30T14:07:33+00:00

£3.00

Offline donation

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Andrew, Katie, Olly & Beth

2019-06-13T07:30:13+00:00

£15.00

+£3.75 Gift Aid

Good luck!

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Gill Castle

2019-06-13T04:56:55+00:00

£10.00

+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck!!! xxx

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Alec

2019-06-11T07:56:27+00:00

£12.00

Offline donation

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Lel

2019-06-10T15:49:17+00:00

£10.00

Good luck xx

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Emma & Bobby

2019-06-10T14:14:37+00:00

£20.00

Enjoy the day xx

Total raised£70.00

Online£55.00

Offline£15.00

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