Nailsea Charity Walks & Runs

10th Anniversary Event, 13 June 2021. For full information click the Details button below.

Nailsea Charity Walks & Runs 2021
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NAILSEA CHARITY WALKS & RUNS 2021 WILL TAKE PLACE ON SUNDAY 13 JUNE

(or you can take part on any day from then until the end of July)



Have fun walking or running 5K, 10K or 20K through our local town and countryside, raising money for your favourite charity or cause. 

The first Nailsea Charity Walks & Runs took place in 2011.  In 2021 we celebrate our 10th anniversary with what, with your support, should be a memorable milestone for our community.  In the past few years more than £20,000 has been raised each year  - even in 2020 with all the changes forced on us by the pandemic.  It was a great success with 280 people taking part, despite the difficult circumstances.

This year we are challenging the community to put out a record number of people and raise a record amount of money.  The effects of coronavirus hit charity incomes hard in 2020 - so local charities are short of funds and need our help more than ever before.

FOR MORE DETAILS OF THE WALKS & RUNS, to include background information, routes, testimonials and registration please use the yellow buttons above.

To raise money for your favourite charity or for the Rotary charities
 click here.

Details of the charities and organisations who have committed to being involved with this event are listed here

Thanks are due to the business friends who generously sponsored the event - details here.

CORONAVIRUS STATEMENT

We were delighted with the way in which those taking part in 2020 respected the coronavirus safety requirements that were put in place.

REGISTER WITH CONFIDENCE: we are committed to ensuring that people can once again walk or run - safely - in 2021, and have contingency plans (as in 2020).  These include the possibility of a virtual event, which proved so popular and effective in 2020.

Our hope - dare we say expectation - is that the vaccination programme will have enabled us to return towards a new normality by June.



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(If you are a Rotarian, please name your club.)