Sign up for Run Highclere at the home of Downton Abbey
1 February 2013
With 3 months to go, we're getting excited about our 10K run in
the grounds of Highclere Castle, where the award winning ITV1
series Downton Abbey is set.
Places are filling fast. Sign up now to avoid disappointment!
If you're looking to get fit and off burn those extra Christmas
calories then Run Highclere is the
Run Highclere take places on Sunday 28 April at 11am. Under 14s
can also enter our kids' fun run which starts at 10.30am.
Vince is running for his father who has Parkinson's
Vince Couch, 45 (pictured right), from Romney
Marsh, Kent said: 'My first event for Parkinson's UK was last years
Great South Run in Portsmouth.
"I thoroughly enjoyed the race which was further enhanced by the
support of Parkinson's UK along the route, and a hot cuppa and a
warm smile at the finish line.
"My father Ken bravely fought Parkinson's for many years until complications
meant he sadly lost his battle at the end of 2012.
"This has only made me more determined to support the charity
and I'm very much looking forward to the event at the beautiful
Dust off your running shoes and sign up today
Whether you are a fun runner, a club runner looking for a
personal best or want to complete the course in fancy dress, we
would love for you to don your running shoes and join us for a fun
family day out.
Clare Chater, our head of events, said:
"Taking part in Run Highclere is a great way to get fit and to
help us raise vital funds to improve the lives of the 127,000
people in the UK who are living with Parkinson's.
"We're very excited to be close to reaching our maximum number
of runners and have received enquiries from people in countries as
far away as the USA.
"We'd encourage anyone interested in taking part to sign up now
to avoid disappointment."
Run Highclere is licensed by UK Athletics (UKA). All of our
runners will receive their own official race finish time -
which is recorded using chip technology - an exclusive
souvenir T-shirt and a finisher's medal.
Sign up for Run Highclere