Registration is now open for our 10K run at the home of Downton
17 September 2012
We were excited to see ITV1's award winning TV series Downton Abbey back on our
screens last night.
I'm looking forward to the run and having the buzz of completing the 10K with family and friends cheering me on will be worth all the training.
We're also looking forward to our 10K running event in the
grounds of Highclere Castle in Berkshire, where Downton Abbey is
set, on Sunday 28 April 2013.
Whether you fancy a fun run, have just started training, or are
a club runner looking for a personal best, Run Highclere is a fantastic way to keep fit
and raise valuable funds for us at the same time.
Suzanne is running for her husband who has Parkinson's
Suzanne Bourne, 40 (pictured right), Yateley in
Hampshire is running for her husband who has Parkinson's.
Suzanne said: "I'm running for my husband Matt who was diagnosed
with young onset Parkinson's in August
"Parkinson's UK funds research and supports people with
Parkinson's and their families which are all a vital part of
helping and giving hope.
"I'm looking forward to the run and having the buzz of
completing the 10K with family and friends cheering me on will be
worth all the training."
"Clare Chater, our Head of Events, said: "Watching the first
episode of the new series of Downton Abbey last night has built up
the excitement, and we're really looking forward to hosting Run
Highclere next year."
"Registration is now open so sign up
and help us find a cure, and improve the
lives of the 127,000 people in the UK who are living with
Run Highclere is a flat road run and 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