11:00AM, Sunday 16 April 2017
Nick Rusling, CEO of mass participation events specialists Human Race with Alexander Devine founder Fiona Devine and charity mascot Deefa the Dolphin
Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service has been named as the official charity partner for a running festival in September.
VitalityMove, co-founded by Olympic medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill, is a running and music event set up to encourage the nation to get fit.
The event on Sunday, September 17 will include a variety of runs through Windsor Great Park, set to music.
Julia Philipson, fundraiser for the charity, which is building a hospice in Woodlands Park, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be partnering with VitalityMove at the Windsor Great Park for their inaugural event.
“We’d love to see all our local friends and families getting involved in VitalityMove, from having fun dancing around the one music mile, up to the more challenging 10k run.”
The event will be suitable for runners of all abilities.
Visit www.vitalitymove.co.uk for information.
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