Do you enjoy running? Are you wanting to start running?
Are you ready to get fit, have fun and safe lives?
If you would like to take part in a RUN, you can sign up to any local run and fundraise for Brake.
If you visit www.runningdiary.co.uk you can find a race happening near where you live.
Once you've booked your place on the race, contact Brake who will send you a sponsorship pack to help you fundraise and train. We'd love your support so please sign up to a local run today.
THANK YOU to everyone who took part in Brake's Virtual Run 2018!
This year we aimed to collectively run 1,753km in memory of the 1,753 people who are killed, on average, on Britain's roads each year.
We absolutely smashed our target - running over 4000km throughout July and August.
Virtual Run 2019 coming soon!
THANK YOU to everyone who took part in Santa Run London!
The Santa Run offers a 5K or a 10K route - perfect whether you're an experienced runner, or just starting out. Everyone gets a free Santa outfit to run in and a medal at the end. Plus, they'll be carol singers, Christmas-themed characters and FREE mince pies!
Alternatively Brake have charity places on the following:
Edinburgh Marathon - Sunday 26th May 2019
The Edinburgh Marathon is the second largest marathon in the UK, after London.
There are 5Ks, 10Ks, a half marathon and a marathon happening over the weekend - so there's lots going on! Plus, the whole city joins in with the festivities and there are street performers and activities so it really will be a marathon to remember.
We ask that you raise a minimum sponsorship of £400.
If you would like one of these places, or are interested in participating in another run, do please get in touch.
We've also had people take part in the London Marathon, Paris Marathon and the Virgin Sport British 10k to fundraise for Brake.
Click here to see photos of our fundraisers!
Remember, you can sign up to almost any local run and fundraise for Brake
Call Lisa on 01484 683294, email email@example.com or complete a short online form to find out more.
Brake fundraiser Emily Lowman ran the Paris marathon and the Edinburgh marathon in memory of her brother Gavin, who was tragically killed in a crash while riding his bike. She says: "I ran the Paris Marathon to raise money for Brake. It was a fantastic experience and I was fortunate to meet other people supporting Brake along the way!" Emily is pictured, left, after successfully completing her run in Paris.
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