Reindeer Dash

@ Sunderland

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09 December 2018

9-11am

£3-£5

Join us for some festive fun at the Bridges shopping centre on Sunday 9 December 2018 for a unique 1K* indoor family fun run to raise valuable funds for a local charity.

And that’s not all… Richard McCourt (Dick from Dick ‘n’ Dom), who is appearing as Smee in Peter Pan this festive season at Sunderland Empire, will be making a special appearance during the event, handing out ceremonial medals for everyone who completes the race.

The Reindeer Dash 2018 is a great opportunity to raise funds for others in our community who are less fortunate this Christmas. Start your fundraising by using the sponsorship form attached or why not set up a Just Giving page.

Children’s entry (12 and under) to the event costs £3 which includes reindeer nose and antlers, plus a fantastic reindeer medal and free entry to The Bridges Santa Grotto.

And for all you adults young at heart… you can join the fun too. Enter the run for £5 and receive your own reindeer nose and antlers, whilst knowing your donation will help us raise as much money as possible for charity.

(Any child 5 or under must be accompanied by a paying adult on the course)

So what are you waiting for, take a dash, dance or prance around the Bridges this Christmas!

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Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, SR1, United Kingdom

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