Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Fundraising Event #1: Fun Run

Hello everyone :)

I'm am so so excited to announce the very first Shorter Beats fundraising event! It has been a long time coming, and taken many people to help organise, but it's finally here!
We have organised The Mid-day Mile. A mile-long fun run, in aid of The Oxford Heartfelt Appeal at the John Radcliffe hospital. For more details see the link below.
It is going to be on the 26th May at 12pm, at the White Horse Leisure and Tennis Centre, Abingdon, Oxford. 
It'll come as no shock to many of you that it is going to be a FANCY DRESS event! So get out your fairy wings, hot dog costumes, cat ears and face paints, and be as wild and wacky as you can! There will be a photographer on the day, so make sure you dress to impress ;)
You can walk, jog or run, or as I will be doing, roll. ;) There will also be free sports massages on the day, as well as a cake stall and many more attractions! So make sure you don't miss out on what is going to be an extremely fun day for a fantastic cause, with every penny raised going straight to the hospital.
Under 16s are welcome, as long as you are accompanied by a responsible adult.
If you want some more details about running or volunteering to help out on the day, then please email me! Information packs and sponsorship forms will be available to be sent electronically very soon, or you can just turn up on the day and donate if you wish.
his event is being supported by South and Vale District Council.

I would also like to say a HUGE thank you to Antony Shorter, Paul Lyford (Representative of the White Horse Leisure Centre) and Ashley Chapman at the South and Vale District Council for helping turn all my thoughts and ideas into action and for organising all of this. Without them this wouldn't be happening, so I can't even begin to express how thankful I am for their support and help. You are all wonderful!

I hope to see you all there!

Love as always,

If you wish to find out more, please email either:
Antony Shorter:
Ashley Chapman:
Paul Lyford:

And the link to the charity: