Run for Brake

Run for Brake

 

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.


Why not commit to running in MAY and sign up to Brake's Virtual Run

Join us and take part in our annual VIRTUAL RUN.  
You can run any distance, at your own pace and wherever you want.   
Click here
to find out more.

Alternatively Brake have charity places on the following:

2016 London Marathon
With over 35,000 runners taking the streets of the capital and over 1 million spectators along the marathon route, the London Marathon is the most exciting running event in the calendar year and one not to be missed! For minimum sponsorship details, please email fundraise@brake.org.uk.

Edinburgh Marathon - every May
There are 5K, 10K, a half marathon and a marathon (and also junior events) so lots happening over the weekend.  The whole city joins in with the festivities and there are street performers and activities.
We ask that you raise a minimum spnosrship of £400.

British 10K London Run - every July
This run follows the route of the London Marathon (only not as many times round!) and is a very prestigious event with a great atmosphere.  We ask that you raise a minimum spnosrship of £150.

If you would like one of these places, or are interested in participating in another run, do please get in touch.

Remember, you can sign up to almost any local run and fundraise for Brake
Call Lisa on 01484 683294, email fundraise@brake.org.uk or complete a short online form to find out more.

Emily LowmanBrake 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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Tips on raising sponsorship 


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