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Cambridge - Get on your marks for 7km Tulip Fun Run


By Ben Comber


Annabel Bradford, Volunteer Publicity Officer for Parkinsons UK, Cambridge Branch, seen here promoting the Parkinsons Tulip Fun Run with the help from her colleagues at Redgate, from left Ros Legge, Annabel Bradford, Clare Walsh, Sam Blackburn and Alex Bartley. Picture: Keith Heppell
Annabel Bradford, Volunteer Publicity Officer for Parkinsons UK, Cambridge Branch, seen here promoting the Parkinsons Tulip Fun Run with the help from her colleagues at Redgate, from left Ros Legge, Annabel Bradford, Clare Walsh, Sam Blackburn and Alex Bartley. Picture: Keith Heppell

There's still time to register for this year's Tulip Fun Run on Sunday, April 8, in support of Parkinson's UK.

Last year the run raised over £2,000 for the charity.

Organiser Annabel Bradford said: “The Fun Run can be walked, jogged or run by all of the family, we have a great range of ages participate, which makes it a really great day out for all.”

The 7km route takes runners along from the David Rayner Building at Scotsdale’s Garden Centre, and follows the DNA Pathway. Register at active.com/cambridge/running/distance-running-races/tulip-fun-run-2018.



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