Big Fun Run
Saturday 14 Jul 18 - Sunday 28 Oct 18 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Big Fun Run is a series of 5K runs with beautiful scenery throughout the UK from July to October, with no pressure or time-limits! With 20 locations to choose from, all you need to do is find the best one for you. This is the perfect event for families, with children of all ages welcome to take part. You can accomplish your personal goals, whilst keeping active, spending time with the family and raising vital funds for Gingerbread.
The Big Fun Run series consists of a group of 5K events across the UK, and is a fun, family-orientated for all. You can wear whatever you’d like to take part, whether that’s a tutu or a spiderman suit, but you will receive a Gingerbread t-shirt if you would like to run in one!
Along with a Gingerbread t-shirt, there’s also all of this included…
- Big Fun Run Warm-Up on the day!
- Great finisher’s medal to show off
- Quality goodybag to take away
- Fantastic running experience
With no minimum sponsorship required to take part, this event is perfect for those new to fundraising that want to get fit and raise money for Gingerbread. Registration for under 5s is free, 5-16 is £5, and adults is £10. You will get lots of help and advice from our dedicated Events Team to help you achieve your goals, whatever they may be.
How do I sign up?
To get involved, simply sign up here to join Team Gingerbread. We’d love to have you on-board to help single parent families today! If you would like some more information about these events with Gingerbread, please do not hesitate to contact our team on 020 7428 5431 or at email@example.com.Sign up today!
“I decided to take part in the Big Fun Run initially because I wanted a personal goal to help me get fit and lose weight. Gingerbread has been a wonderful support network for me over the past 5 years since I had my daughter and first became a single parent. I was really pleased to learn that I would be able to participate in the run to raise some money for the charity. I have been working hard to bring more exercise into my daily routine, as being a single mum means I can't get out in the evenings to go to the gym, so lots of walking in addition to the usual running around after the children I hope will stand me in good stead for the 5k!Kerry, Big Fun Run participant