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Santas on the Run 2017

Santas on the Run is Oxford's annual festive 3.5 km fun run (or walk!) hosted in aid of local children and young adult's hospice Helen & Douglas House.

 

Starts on 10/12/2017

Ends on 10/12/2017
Category Runs
Location Oxfordshire

Santas on the Run 2017
 

 

 

Make the festive season even more memorable by taking part in one of the biggest Santa runs in the UK to raise money for local terminally ill children, young adults and their families. 

 

The ever popular pre-festive season event for the whole family is happening in central Oxford on the morning of Sunday, 10 December 2017.

 

The 3.5 km fun run starts in Broad Street and goes through University Parks. Last year 2,200 Santas of every age took part, to help raise funds for the local charity that provides hospice care for children and young adults from across the region. 
 

 Sponsorship

 

We are always looking for event sponsors, so if you want to get your business noticed by the Oxfordshire community please get in touch now. Sponsorship packages range in price so why not call or email to see what we can do for your business. 01865 799166 - events@helenanddouglas.org.uk.

 

Why should you put on your walking shoes for Helen & Douglas House?

 

 

Your participation in Santas on the Run is going to make a real difference to us - we care for terminally ill children, young adults and their families through exceptional hospice care.

 It costs over £5 million a year to run the two hospice houses and provide our outreach nursing service, we cannot do this without your help! We provide medical, emotional and practical support helping families deal with the implications of living with a child who will die prematurely, so they can make the most of their time together.

 Join in Santas on the Run and make a difference!

 

Thank you so much to everyone that took part in Santas on the Run 2016!

 

 

 

 



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