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2014 results

Photos by Sussex Sport Photography

2014 Race report

Mince Pie LogoThe annual MINCE PIE TEN is our own local race which is held every December to raise funds both for local charities and the Club itself.

It is a very popular multi-terrain event which is contested over a challenging ten mile course, and sees many entrants returning year after year for a pre Xmas work-out!

Voted one of the UK's top ten races in Runner's World Magazine

If you would like to know more about the race itself vist our MINCE PIE FAQ page

Race Sponsor

David Jordan

David Jordan Estate Agents

The supported charity for 2014 is:

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The Chartwell Cancer Trust was founded in 2005 when it became obvious to patients that staffing levels were under pressure. It sets out to raise funds to provide extra staffing at the Chartwell Cancer unit at the Princess Royal University Hospital, Farnborough. The PRUH is managed by King’s College Hospital and together both hospitals work to provide funds for medical staff and support patients and their families. Lily-Mae, the 3 year old granddaughter of one of our runners was receiving treatment for cancer and her family were supported by the Trust; sadly, at the beginning of August 2014 Lily-Mae lost her fight against this cruel disease

Registered Charity No: 1109784

 

Intersport

Inter Sport were at the event, selling sports clothing, footwear and equipment. They are also kindly donating spot prizes. For more details please visit www.gameforlife.co.uk

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Sussex Sport Photography were at the event, taking your photographs.

 

Sussex Sports Massage,  a fully qualified, experienced and insured sports massage service, were at the event offering pre & post race massages both lasting approximately 15 minutes. For more details please go to www.iankerrcp.co.uk

 

Alex and Tara from Look Sussex, the 2013 charity, receive a cheque from the club for £1750.

 

 


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