Forget roads, this is a lung-busting, trainer-ruining, hill-climbing, multi-terrain challenge!
Take part in the Easy Runner Sodbury Slog for The Forever Friends Appeal and help make a real difference to patients and their families at the Royal United Hospitals Bath.
Do something special today and choose to support our major campaigns, Special Appeals or any other area in the hospital that is close to your heart.
Join our team today!
The Easy Runner Sodbury Slog, Presented by Bitton Road Runners, is quite simply not for the faint-hearted! Forget roads – they’re for wimps – this is a lung-busting, trainer-ruining, hill-climbing, multi-terrain challenge held over and through some of South Gloucestershire’s most stunning countryside.
Attracting around 1300 runners annually the route uses the same paths, fields, ditches and mudbaths since its original inception in 1990. The race always coincides with Remembrance Sunday and is preceded by exhortation, a two minute silence and playing of the Last Post, which sets the scene for a memorable day.
If you already have a place and paid your entry fee through the event organiser you can join our team as an Own Place runner. There’s no minimum fundraising target, just raise as much as you can. To secure your place with the event organiser please visit the Sodbury Slog website.
Once you’ve secured your own place with the event organisers, please let us know by filling in our online independent place form.
When we’ve received your form we’ll send you a fabulous running vest, sponsor forms and our fundraising guide full of top tips to maximise your fundraising.
What you’ll get as part of the best charity team…
- Highly fashionable Ted’s Team running vest
- Fundraising pack with helpful hints on raising sponsorship and training
- Help and support is just a phone call away
The race is held on Remembrance Sunday and is preceded by an exhortation, a two-minute silence, and playing of the Last Post, which sets the scene for a memorable day. The race is then started at 11:10.
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- 04 Oct 2020