Hundreds of supporters joined us for our annual Santa Fun Run to raise thousands of pounds which will help fund our care and support services over Christmas.
Take part in our fun, festive runs through the Royal Parks and raise money to help fund our Christmas care!
Launch yourself into the festive season by joining us for our 5k Santa Fun Runs in Bushy Park and Richmond Park.
As always, this is a family friendly event suitable for all abilities, so feel free to walk, skip or saunter over the finish line.
SOLD OUT Richmond Park 10.30am on Sunday 3 December 2017 SOLD OUT
Richmond Park 12.30pm on Sunday 3 December 2017 – places still available
SOLD OUT Bushy Park 10.30am on Sunday 10 December 2017 SOLD OUTThe cost
Adults and teens £15 – includes a Santa suit
Children under 13 £5 – includes an elf hat
Under 5s free
And as an extra bonus, anyone registering online for Santa Fun Run at Richmond Park between Friday 17 November and Sunday 26 November will be entered into a prize draw to win a family ticket to Alice in Winterland at the Rose Theatre, Kingston. Please see the Ts & Cs below.Alice in Winterland prize draw terms and conditions
Are you ready to help us to provide the needed care and support to our patients and their families this Christmas? Sign up today and get ready to get sponsored to stroll, power walk, jog or run around these two beautiful 5km courses in your very own festive costume.
The amount raised from our Santa Fun Runs will help us to fund our care and support on Christmas day. Santa Fun Runner Natalie Henson tells us why she and her family took part last year. Click here for the full story.
Watch the short version of last year’s Santa Fun Run video opposite!
Or click ‘Read More’ below to watch the full 3 minute video!
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