The Stroke Association’s Resolution Run at Rushcliffe Country Park has been rescheduled for Sunday 06 May, after the original date was postponed due to the extreme weather conditions.
Julie Doherty, Community and Events Fundraiser at the Stroke Association, said: “We’d like to thank all our participants for their continued support. We’re so pleased to have an alternative date for the Resolution Run and look forward to seeing our runners on the 06 May.
“A Resolution Run is exactly is the ideal event for families and friends in Nottingham who want to do something fun together while getting more active in 2018. Every five minutes across the UK, someone’s life is turned upside down by stroke. By signing up to a Resolution Run, each runner will help us ensure that we can continue to support stroke survivors and their families as they rebuild their lives.”
At least half of all strokes could be prevented if people made simple lifestyle changes, such as keeping blood pressure under control, eating healthily and taking regular exercise. The money raised through the Resolution Run in Nottingham will help the Stroke Association to fund vital research and support people affected by stroke in the Midlands.
Entry fee is £16. All runners receive a technical running t-shirt and medal. For more information about entering or volunteering at the Resolution Run, visit http://www.stroke.org.uk/resolution, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0300 330 0740.