EDMUND CARR GREAT BADDOW CHARITY RACES 15th MAY

Join in the 2 mile Fun Run. You can run it, walk it, push a pram, dress in fancy dress, walk your dog, do it for charity, or just for fun.

Join in the 10 mile Road Race. Run over an undulating course through urban Great Baddow, Galleywood and rural West Hanningfield.

This year the races are supporting City of Chelmsford Mencap, Riding for the Disabled (Barrow Farm) and League of Friends of Hargrave House, and Chelmsford Mildmay Charitable Trust.

If you wish to run for your preferred good cause you can.

The Great Baddow Charity Races has up to 2000 runners taking part. The 10 mile road race is run under UK Athletics rules. It’s all a really fun event with many stalls on the grounds, face painting, balloon magic and rides for the very young. The route is normally lined with people cheering the runners on.

Runners can enter on line at www.runnersworld.co.uk/baddow16

If you have a group of more than five for the Fun Run just email us at gbcraces@gmail.com with your name and we will send you easy entry forms.
It all starts at the Recreation Ground in Great Baddow. The fun starts around 10.00 am and the races at 11.00 am

Come and join us on 15 May and have a great time.














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