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Strathclyde Park Fun Run 2018

Our 2018 Strathclyde Park Fun Run is on Saturday 12th May!

The MND Scotland Fun Run at Strathclyde Park is back for another year!

Join us on Saturday 12th May for another fun-filled (and hopefully dry and sunny) day.

The Fun Run starts at 11am and you can walk, run, jog or use your wheelchair to complete the four or six mile lochside route. We’ll also have refreshments, entertainment, music and face painters on the day, so bring all your friends and family to join in on the fun!

What’s included?

  • T-shirt for every entrant
  • Medal for all finishers
  • Prizes for all category winners
  • Refreshments and stalls
  • Music and other entertainment
  • Commemorative award if you raise more than £50 in sponsorship
  • Post-race massage for participants 

Last year we had the biggest ever MND Scotland Fun Run, with over 1,100 participants, so let’s make this year even bigger and better!

Entry is £10 per person. People with MND, members of MND Scotland and under-16s go for free.

Please do not bring extendable dog leads. Drones are not allowed on the site.

 

Volunteer

The MND Scotland Fun Run wouldn't be a success if it weren't for our amazing volunteers! If breaking a sweat isn't your thing, we'd love for you to help us out on the day! Information on volunteering can be found here.

 

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Individual Entry Fee: £10.00 - Under 16s and MND Scotland members go free.
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