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Nottingham 10k returns with brand new city centre route for 2024

Jane Tomlinson’s Run For All, the UK’s largest not-for-profit events company, is delighted to announce that entries are now open for the return of one of the region’s most highly anticipated and popular charity road running events, the Nottingham 10K.

Returning to Nottingham’s sporting calendar on Sunday 10th March, thousands of inspiring and seasonal runners alike are expected to get in on the action while taking on a new and exciting route for 2024.

Traditionally the route was around the University of Nottingham, runners can now look forward to a brand new 10K route in the city centre. Further details about the route will be announced in due course.

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Boasting huge popularity across the region, the Nottingham 10K is once again hoped to generate a tremendous boost for a number of deserving local and national charities.

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With community and charity at its core, participants are encouraged to take part and raise money for their own personal reasons, or to support one of the event’s partner charities; Notts County Foundation, Trent Bridge Community Trust and the Jane Tomlinson Appeal.

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Any further charities interested in becoming an Official Charity Partner – whether involved previously or not – are encouraged to contact Run For All as soon as possible.

Runners are invited to fundraise for a cause close to their heart, chase a PB or take on a brand-new challenge. Regardless of goal or reason for taking part, event organisers are committed to facilitating a way for runners of all types to take part.

Tristan Batley-Kyle, Director of Operations at Run For All said: “We are delighted to be offering a brand-new running experience for our participants, straight through the heart of Nottingham city centre.

“The Nottingham 10K is a great way for the local community to engage in a local sporting event and also serves as a great opportunity for runners to fundraise for a charity close to their hearts.

“As always, it will be our mission to facilitate an event that removes barriers to participation and we hope to inspire people to join us for a great day of running, regardless of age or ability or reason for taking part.”

Building on its previous organisation of the event, Run For All will continue to increase community and charity engagement, whilst also working to remove barriers to participation for the events, so that more people in the region can enjoy the benefits of staying active.

Run For All also seeks to work closely with local businesses across the region and is encouraging any organisations interested in partnering with the event to get in touch with Run For All.

Entries are now open for the 2024 Nottingham 10K. Potential participants are encouraged to visit www.runforall.com to sign up or for more information.

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