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GEAR 2019

The annual Grand East Anglia Run will take place on the 5th of May 2019 around the historic market town of King's Lynn.

The 10k run has sold out for the past two years and we have ten places up for grabs for runners who wish to raise money for EACH. We ask for a £10 registration fee and a suggested sponsorship amount of £150. All you need to do is register your interest for a place using the form below, and we'll get back to you. 

If you already have your own place for GEAR and would like to ​raise money for a local charity, you can fill in the form below and we'll get in touch with fundraising tips and support. 

If you'd like more information please contact Tina Burdett on 07738 327774 or tina.burdett@each.org.uk.

Are you registering your interest for one of EACH's ten places, or do you already have your own place and would like to run in aid of EACH?


We will use the contact details provided to contact you about GEAR 2019, however we'd love to send you information on our vital work and the many ways you can support us, including events, fundraising, donating and volunteering. We will never give your details to other organisations to use for their own purposes and you are free to change your mind at any time.

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