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n 2011 over 10,000 people will take part in the BHF London Jogs Series and will raise £250,000 for the BHF! Will


FOUNDATION’S LONDON JOGS SERIES It’s back and it’s bigger and better than ever!


REGENT’S PARK 13 March 2011 n The London Jogs series kicks-off with a brand new jog!


HYDE PARK 13 April 2011 n Take in views of the famous Serpentine


TOWER OF LONDON 4 May 2011 n Only chance to jog around the legendary moat


CANARY WHARF 1 June 2011 n A vibrant way to end the working day!


THE 02 13 July 2011 n Brand new jog at the world’s most popular music venue


GREENWICH PARK 20 August 2011 n Another new jog at the beautiful royal park


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Six great jogs, one energetic city! Walk, jog or run at any of these fantastic jogs in 2011. Come back and beat your personal best at your favourite jog, try out one of the others, or challenge yourself to the ultimate and take them all on! Please try to raise as much money as possible, it could be you saving the life of someone you love.


Do I have to raise sponsorship? To help the BHF save lives they urge you to raise as much sponsorship money as possible. Why not help them celebrate their 50th birthday this year by aiming to pledge a minimum of £50 in sponsorship for this event– 50 FOR 50! Just a pound for every year the BHF has been doing its fantastic pioneering work.


Team work Thirty-three people from the Thames Tunnel took part in the Hyde Park Jog last year and raised an amazing £6,090! Tabindah Akhtar got the group together: “When I said it was for the BHF, people wanted to get involved because many of them had been touched by heart disease. We were very lucky because Thames Water matched £2,000 of the amount we raised!” Why not ask your company to match your fundraising this year? n To take part visit bhf.org.uk/ londonjogs or email eastevents@ bhf.org.uk or call 0808 100 2109


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