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#SanlamPeople to run Go Dad Run

And the competition is on...

As the dates draw closer, we are delighted to see so many male employees pledging their support to run in the forthcoming Sanlam Go Dad Run events.

Staff across the UK are entering the series of Go Dad Runs which will be held in Worcester, Bristol, Warrington and Llangefni on dates in June, and the London and Cardiff runs will be held on Fathers’ Day which is Sunday June 21st.

Men as well as boys aged 11 and over are eligible to register, get sponsored and join in to run, jog or walk around one (or all!) of the six courses.

The dates of this year's events are:  

  • Llangefni – 7th June
  • Warrington – 14th June  
  • Worcester – 14th June
  • Bristol – 18th June (early evening)
  • Cardiff – 21st June
  • London – 21st June


What is the Sanlam Go Dad Run? 

The Sanlam Go Dad Run is a series of 5K runs for men and boys aged 11 and over to raise awareness of and funds for Prostate Cancer UK.

Go Dad Runs are open to fathers, sons, brothers, partners, friends, neighbours, work colleagues and teammates to take part in. And, of course, mums, wives, girlfriends and sisters all have a big role to play in getting the men in their lives to sign up and then supporting them on the day !

The 5K runs in Worcester, Bristol, Warrington and Llangefni will take place in the build up to Father’s Day and the London and Cardiff runs will both be on Sunday June 21st

Entry costs £10 for boys aged 11-17 and £15 for men aged 18 and over.

All those who sign up will collect their race number, Go Dad Run Y-fronts and a free event T-shirt when they sign in on the day and all will be presented with a Big Yellow Goodie Bag and a medal when they cross the finish line!

For further details or if you would like to join in and support our #SanlamPeople at one of these events, please visit the Go Dad Run website www.godadrun.co.uk

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