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Enjoy an evening with Amanda Owen, aka The Yorkshire Shepherdess, talking about her life running a 2,000-acre sheep farm with her husband and nine children - in support of Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice's palliative and bereavement support.
Join our Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice for a glittering Christmas Winter Ball at the historic Pittville Pump Rooms, and support local palliative and bereavement support.
The only half marathon to go through both the City and Westminster, London Landmarks lets you enjoy a closed road tour of the best sights our capital has to offer.
Take on the Reading Half and experience a finish rarely found outside an Olympic stadium with over 15,000 people cheering you into the stadium and over the finish line.
The Virgin Money London Marathon is the world’s biggest one-day fundraising event. Run for Sue Ryder and you'll be providing palliative, neurological and bereavement support with every step.
Join the fun during the Guiness World Record-breaking world's largest mascot race, the Mascot Gold Cup - and race in support of Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice's palliative and bereavement support.
This local favourite is a fantastic opportunity to take on 13.1 miles of crowd-lined closed roads. With a wide route, there's also a good chance of a PB too!
Fast and flat, the Edinburgh Marathon was voted the fastest marathon in the UK by Runner's World. It's ideal for your first marathon or if you're looking for a personal best.
Fundraising Target: £500
The Solstice Saunter is a five-mile run following the trails of the breathtaking Bolton Abbey that is run by the Airedale Dodgers as a fundraising event for Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice.
Launched over ten years ago and now one of the highlights on the region's running calendar, Jane Tomlinson's original legacy run is famed for its fun, friendliness and fantastic atmosphere.