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Great Birmingham Run

The Great Birmingham Run will be an action-packed weekend of running.

Starting in the heart of the city, runners soak up the atmosphere and music all the way to the finish, passing the motivational entertainment zones at every kilometre. Experience an exciting 10k or half marathon course incorporating the historic heart of Birmingham, its latest developments and world-famous heritage sites.

Do it for a challenge, to fundraise for charity, and for fun. This one is not to be missed!

To discuss this event with the fundraising team, please email us – [email protected]

Deposit: £31

Sponsorship: No minimum sponsorship, simply raise as much as you can

 

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