Entry opens for Royston fun run

09:50 14 April 2014

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Last year's Royston in Blue event


Entries have opened for an annual fun run which has raised £44,000 for charity over the past two years.

Royston in Blue will be held on Therfield Heath for the third time on June 22 with all money raised from the event going to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Those taking part can walk, jog or run the 5km course and will receive a medal after crossing the finish line.

Entry forms can now be downloaded via www.roystoninblue.co.uk and will soon be available in shops around Royston.


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