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Great Edinburgh Run 2017 – 23 April 2017

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When: Sunday 23 April 2017
Where: Edinburgh
Distance: 10 miles
Sponsorship: Minimum suggested sponsorship £200
Places: 2

About the Great South Run

The 10 mile route gives runners the perfect sight-seeing tour of Edinburgh and skirts past some of the must-see attractions in Scotland. Starting and finishing in Holyrood Park runners will see a number of the city's famous landmarks such as Edinburgh Castle, Greyfriars Bobby, Scott Monument and the beautiful Arthur's Seat. This is an event not to be missed!

Places

We have two places in the Great Edinburgh Run. All we ask is that you aim to raise a minimum of £200 in sponsorship, and help is on hand with your fundraising.

If you have your own place and would like to use this to raise funds for the PKD Charity, then we would love to hear from you.

What fundraising support you will receive

We’re here to get involved with your fundraising as much or as little as you would like. We will support you with:

  • Welcome pack with fundraising tips to get you started
  • Our famous lime green (breathable) PKD Charity running vest - guaranteed to help you stand out from the running crowd
  • PKD Charity training t-shirt
  • Help with promoting your fundraising through our Facebook page and Twitter

Request your Fundraising Event and Runner's Pack or phone/text Esther Wright on 07715 664687.

Buy supporter's PKD T-shirts from our PKD E-Shop.

See our Fundraising A-Z for more ideas for raising money.

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