Are you able to take up the challenge and run 10k for Cerebra this year?
For the fourth year in a row, Cerebra will be taking part in the British 10k London Run on Sunday 12th July.
In previous years, we have been lucky enough to have many brave and willing runners taking part in the race for us and in doing so, lots of money has been raised in order for Cerebra to continue with the work that we do.
Last year’s team did an excellent job with Alex Elsaesser completing the race for the fourth year running with us.
Many personal goals were achieved along the way with another member of the team, Sarah Jones managing to complete her first ever 10k after losing an impressive 6 stone in weight.
We are extremely grateful for everyone who has run for us and hope to make this year another one to remember.
We have an extremely limited number of places for this year but would love for anyone who would be interested in taking up the challenge and taking part in the race to raise money for Cerebra to get in touch.
The race takes its runners around some of the most iconic sights that London has to offer including Big Ben, the London Eye and Buckingham Palace – perfect for keeping even the most amateur runner motivated until they cross the finish line!
We ask that each runner tries to raise a minimum of £500 so that we can really try and make 2015 a year to remember!
If you are interested in taking up the challenge, please get in touch by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 01267 244226.