Join Ian Richardson and the Football in the Community team as they participate in the brand new Nottingham 10k.
New for 2016, thousands are set to pull on their running shoes – and clock up tens of thousands of pounds for good causes. The all-new city centre course starts in Nottingham’s historic Old Market Square and takes the field past the castle, through the Park Estate, along the beautiful Victoria Embankment and the River Trent, along the canal, past the law courts and the Broadmarsh centre, through the Lace Market, up Fletcher Gate and on to Pelham Street and back to the finish in Old Market Square.
Runners can take part just for fun or they can raise money for Football in the Community, one of the partner charities or another good cause of their own choice. The partner charities are Macmillan Cancer Support, Nottingham Hospitals Charity, Treetops Hospice, Jane Tomlinson Appeal, My Sight and housing charity Framework.
The event is the latest addition to the successful 10K series, supported by the Asda Foundation, which includes events in Leeds, York, Lincoln, Hull and Burnley. Organised by Run For All. They form part of the legacy of the late Jane Tomlinson, who raised nearly £2m for charity by tackling a string of gruelling challenges despite being diagnosed with incurable cancer.
For more information on the event and how you can join or support FITC in their run, click here.