The 16th Anniversary British 10K London Run is staged on the world’s greatest route through the heart of central London passing many of the capitals truly world class historic landmarks including the WW2 Bomber Command Memorial, St Pauls Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
Last year runner Kieran Wassell said “I have run the British 10K London Run for the Dyspraxia Foundation for the past 9 years – this run will be my tenth time around the course. I never expected to be still running the race 10 years on but I really enjoy it. The crowds are fantastic, the scenery great and it’s different to other half marathons I do. It’s a chance to meet others with dyspraxia and on top of all that a fun day out as well. You don’t need to be fit or fast to do the run, some people take a couple of hours but the main thing is to enjoy it and take in the great atmosphere as well as getting valuable sponsorship for the Foundation!“
This unique event attracts over 20,000 runners and the majority of places are only available through a registered charity. It is an ideal opportunity for the Foundation to raise much needed funds whilst raising awareness of dyspraxia. Places are allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis and we are asking for a registration fee of £40 for each entry (this can be deducted from the total raised) and a pledge to raise a minimum of £150 in sponsorship.
Runners receive a Dyspraxia Foundation T Shirt or Running Vest and plenty of support plus a medal from the organisers along with chip timing and London attractions discounts. To find out more about the route please see http://www.thebritish10klondon.co.uk/