Ho ho ho! Get set for Santa fun run at Colchester Business Park

Ho ho ho! Get set for Santa fun run at Colchester Business Park

Nov 20, 2017

Colchester Business Park is to be transformed into a sea of red jackets and white beards when ​EACH hosts a Santa run.

The 2km fun run – that can simply be a jog or a walk if participants prefer – takes place on Friday, 8 December and gets under way at 1pm in Flood Lane.

Justine Collins says: “We’re delighted to be hosting this fundraiser for workers at the business park and really encourage anyone from in and around the area wanting to get in the Christmas spirit to come along and join the fun!

“All money raised at the Santa run will help us continue caring for the 49 children and young people with life-threatening conditions in Essex we currently support, as well as their families.”

Tickets are £12, a price that includes a Santa suit and medal, or groups of four or more can enter for £10 per person.

For more information on the Santa run and to sign up go to www.each.org.uk. For more on fundraising and volunteering for EACH in East Essex, contact Justine on 01473 276199 or at justine.collins@each.org.uk



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