Race 4 All wants you to run for charity

Baker Brother Tom Herbert (left) and pal Tom Howard took part in last year's Race4All on Minchinhampton Common with their children in wheelbarrows

Baker Brother Tom Herbert (left) and pal Tom Howard took part in last year's Race4All on Minchinhampton Common with their children in wheelbarrows

First published in News Stroud News and Journal: Will Mata SNJ by , Reporter

EVERYONE can be a winner at the Race 4 All fun-run on Minchinhampton Common on Sunday, June 8.

The five-kilometre run in aid of The Door Youth Project begins at 3pm and attracted 96 runners in its inaugural race last year.

Anyone raising more than £100 for charity will be entered into a prize draw to win £100 worth of sports clothing or a £100 voucher for Bath Spa.

Trophies will be presented and there are veteran classes and a new race for primary school pupils.

Door chief executive Bren-dan Conboy said: “It is such an incredible feeling to be able to see people so passionate about running and willing to raise funds for a charity of their choice.

“In my opinion, everyone that takes part is a winner, this really is a ‘win win’ event and the taking part is just great fun.”

Participants can also run for a charity of their choice – the deadline to sign up is June 4. Volunteers are also needed to help on the day.

For more information plus entry costs and to register see www.race4all.co.uk

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