When: Sunday 29th April 2o18,
Where: Newport Riverfront
Join Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales for this national marathon for Wales in Newport. We value our lovely runners so we’ll be there on the day, cheering you on and helping you make it over the finishing line.
When you run for us you get:
Route: The 13.1 mile route will start at Newport’s riverfront and take runners past iconic landmarks and coastal wildlife. This inaugural marathon is already boasting to be one of the UK’s flattest! The website says “The single loop route will take runners past the University of South Wales and the bustling Friars Walk shopping centre before heading over the Newport Bridge, through the east of the city and into its rural areas, then on towards Magor.” To see the full route, click here.
Race information: Find out more about what’s happening on the day by checking out the race FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) here.
Fundraising: Please note that a non-refundable £30.00 registration fee is required for your place in the event with the return of a completed Registration Form. All runners are asked to raise a minimum of £300 (excluding gift aid & registration fee). You will receive a complimentary Bobath running vest if we see you have raised £180 by 8th April 2018 with the remaining sponsorship of £120 by 13th May 2018 latest.
When taking part in this challenge, we’d love for you to raise some money for us too. We can give you help and support along the way, provide sponsor forms and help you to set up a Justgiving or Virgin Money Giving page.
This year, we need to raise over £1.3m to run the Centre and provide ongoing specialist Bobath therapy to over 650 children in Wales who have cerebral palsy, so you can see why your support is so valuable to us. For more, information please contact us.
We can’t wait to see you there!
Our event is being held in order to raise vital money needed by Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales to help more children who have cerebral palsy. The charity supports children and their families, helping them to have a better quality of life.