Join the #FarleighSantas as hundreds of runners dash, dance and prance 5k to raise funds for Farleigh Hospice.

This jolly event will take place on Sunday 8th December 2019 in Central Park, Chelmsford. Adult runners get a free Santa suit, and there’s a free Santa hat for the kids.

Dogs (on leads) are invited to be Santa’s little helpers at this family-friendly event – we’ll even be presenting an award to the best dressed pooch!
Key information
Date & Time:
Sunday 8th December 2019 at 11am

Location:
Central Park, Chelmsford

Pre-registration opens:
Tuesday 1st October 2019

Pre-registration closes:
Monday 2nd December 2019

Santa suit collection date:
Wednesday 27th November, 4.30-7.30pm

Early Bird price:
Adults: £12 Under 18's: £5
On the day price:
Adult: £20 Under 18's: £10

Web link: https://www.farleighhospice.org/events/santa-fun-run

For more information please contact: events@farleighhospice.org

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