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Runners needed for hospice fundraiser


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unners are hoping to raise much needed funds for the Hospice of St Francis at an


event this month. It takes place on Sunday, September, 11, and


people are being encouraged to dust off their trainers and take part in the 5km run, jog or walk around Watford‘s Cassiobury Park. The event is being organised by Watford


company, De Lage Landen. The Park and Run event entails an off-road


5km across tarmac and grass and a 1km for under 12s. De Lage Landen will be paying the set up costs, which means all entry fees and sponsorship raised go directly to the hospice. De Lage Landen, is a global finance company,


and has adopted the Berkhamsted Hospice of St Francis as its charity of the year after employee Kevin Turnham put it forward due to a family


connection. Managing director, Rob Ceribel l i


commented: ―We are hoping this will be a great family day out which should raise much needed funds for this charity that supports our community. I will certainly be encouraging lots of staff to take part.‖ The company has pledged to raise funds for the


charity and has already hosted several events including a sponsored car wash, autograph signings by Watford manager Malky Mackay and QPR footballer Tommy Smith. Registrations on the day are £15 whilst


advance registrations pay just £10 (£2 per child for the 1k run). Entries can be downloaded from the event


website at www.parkandrun.org or email parkandrun@delagelanden.com.


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