Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 14th April 2022 8:30am
The three Haddenham school PTAs (St Mary's, Infant & Junior schools) have joined forces to bring you a new event for the entire village — Haddenham Gates 10k trail run followed with a fun run around the junior school for all on Sunday 8th May.
All 10k runners will receive a medal & goody bag.
There will be a bar, BBQ & fair ground rides to finish off the day.
Tickets for both events (along with T&C's) are available at — haddenhamgates.square.site.
All updates can be found on the dedicated facebook (@haddenhamgates10k) or instagram page (@haddenhamgates).
All profits will be split equally between the three schools.
Organisers are very grateful to have had some amazing sponsorship from local businesses to help cover the costs of this event:
- Fitlife Academy
- Harpers Estate Agents
- On The Boundary Fencing
- XT Brewery
- JMW Vicary Pharmacy
- Block & Butcher
- plus some more still to confirm.
Plus Haddenham Rotary for assisting with the marshalling.
Order of the day:
8.30am registration opens — at the junior school (bacon rolls & coffee available)
9.30am warm up by Fitlife
9.45am race starts (BBQ, coffee, bar, fair ground rides available)
12noon warm up for the fun run
12.10pm fun run starts
2pm day finishes
Don't forget to see the Terms & Conditions and book your entry here
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