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  • Great Manchester Run- Join team brainstrust for Europe's biggest 10K

    The Great Manchester Run is Europe's biggest 10K running event and has seen more than a quarter of a million enthusiastic runners take to the streets of Manchester since it was established in 2003. This year you can join in the action with team brainstrust, whilst raising vital funds for brain tumour support in the North. 

     



    Sunday 22 May 2016

    The 10k run will take runners past some of the most popular tourist attractions in Manchester, such as the Imperial War Museum and Manchester United’s home ground – Old Trafford, following the course below. 

    Why take part in the Great Manchester with team brainstrust?

    "I owe many people so much in helping us come to where we are, but it is brainstrust that we all owe most to. The charity have been there, every step of the way guiding us through and have inspired us to fight, even when we felt low."

    By registering for the Great Manchester Run with team brainstrust, you’ll help us support and inspire more people who are living with and beyond a terrifying brain tumour diagnosis.

    How we spend the funds you raise

    Entry to Great Manchester Run with team brainstrust is free, we just ask that you raise a minimum of £150 sponsorship.  

    We will send you one of our fundraising packs to help you and a team brainstrust running shirt to wear on the day.

    To register, please contact tessa@brainstrust.org.uk or call 01983 292405

     

     



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