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  • Joss Marks 80th Birthday With 30 Mile Run

    24 JUN

    Joss NaylorLegendary fell runner Joss Naylor will mark his 80th birthday with a 30 mile run through the Lake District tomorrow (Saturday 25 June) and has invited anyone interested to join him on the route. Joss, who is running in memory of his father, will also be raising funds for the Brathay Trust, which works with some of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.

  • Hills, History & Half Marathons

    24 JUN

    BarrathonAs we approach the last weekend of June, runABC Scotland looks ahead to some of the standout events on offer. There is a wealth of options throughout the country from fun runs and 5ks to 10ks and half marathons.

  • Pick On Someone Your Own Age

    24 JUN

    Chris Smith of Morpeth HarriersAthletes of mature years travelled from all corners of the UK to contest the annual British Masters 5K Championships at Horwich, Lancashire on Sunday (19th June). The overall winners were Chris Smith (pictured) from Morpeth Harriers and Lesley Chisholm from Garscube Harriers but there were many impressive performances by older runners further down the field of 150.

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  • Make It Memorable

    22 JUN

    FlossyThese days anyone who is fundraising is likely doing so online. That is, making use of one of the many fundraising websites that allow people to donate money digitally. No need for a paper sponsor form these days! But how can you make sure that your fundraising page is effective and has the desired effect of gleaning as much money from your supporters as possible? Here we look at five ways you can enhance the success of your fundraising page.

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