Royston in Blue set to return

PUBLISHED: 14:02 03 June 2016 | UPDATED: 14:02 03 June 2016

Left to right: Judith Anderson from Teenage Care Trust, Sam Adaby and Elaine Cooke from Margaret House and Lisa Thomspon from Royston in Blue.

Left to right: Judith Anderson from Teenage Care Trust, Sam Adaby and Elaine Cooke from Margaret House and Lisa Thomspon from Royston in Blue.

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Royston in Blue will take place on Therfield Heath later this month, with all money raised again going to Teenage Cancer Trust.

Entry for the 5km run, which sees the Heath transformed into a sea of blue, has stayed at the same price again this year, and will cost £14 for adults and £8 for children.

Everyone who enters will receive an entry pack with t-shirt and sponsor form.

All runners who complete the race on the day will also get a medal.

The highest fundraisers in the three age categories – age seven to 13, 13 to 17 and adults will win a special prize.

Organiser Lisa Thompson said: “We also have the six golden t-shirts back this year, and if you find one of these in your entry pack you will also win a special prize.

“We would like to thank all our sponsors who have very kindly once again supported the event – Johnson Matthey, Cu Phosco, Margaret House Residential and Dementia Care Home, Enfield Electrical, Trademark Kitchens, Walnut Medical, UHY Hacker Young and Royston Tandoori.”

The event will take place on Sunday, June 26 at 11am.

You can download an entry form by visiting the website at www.roystoninblue.co.uk.

If you have any queries, contact chairman Lisa Thompson on 07540 157200 or email roystoninblue@gmail.com.


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