The Leeds 10K has been postponed in response to COVID-19, and the organisers have now confirmed that the event will take place on the 22nd of November. You can read more about Sue Ryder's response to the virus, or contact our team for more information.
The press release relating to the postponement is available on the Run for All website here.
Now with a brand new route for 2020 that passes our Wheatfields Hospice!
Launched over ten years ago and now one of the highlights on the region's running calendar, the Leeds 10K is famed for its fun, friendliness and fantastic atmosphere. Join #TeamIncredible in the Capital of the North to provide palliative care and bereavement support across Yorkshire.
Why you're incredible...
As part of our team, you'll be there when it matters for people facing the most difficult times of their lives. Last year Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice in Headingley and Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice in Keighley, provided a combined 240,000 hours of expert care to those facing a terminal illness or the loss of a loved one. With your help we can reach even more people.
...and why we are.
As a member of #TeamIncredible, you’ll receive:
- The best running vest in the business
- Top fundraising tips and on hand support from the team
- Professional training support from our Team GB coach Nick
- The loudest cheerpoint to get you across that finish line
- Your own post-race charity reception
- Access to our exclusive #TeamIncredible Facebook group
We’ll be with you every step of the way to ensure you have the best possible experience.
Volunteer on the day!
You don’t have to run to experience the atmosphere. Volunteer! We’ll provide the cheer sticks if you bring the energy and enthusiasm to help us be the loudest support crew.
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