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Clitheroe Castle to host Sport Relief Mile

Rible Valley Borough Council's sports development officer Peter Fletcher and Sport Relief Mile assistant Kay Gibson.

Rible Valley Borough Council's sports development officer Peter Fletcher and Sport Relief Mile assistant Kay Gibson.

Ribble Valley residents are invited to dust down their trainers and go the extra mile for a good cause.

Ribble Valley Borough Council is inviting local people to sign up for Sport Relief Mile at Clitheroe Castle on Sunday March 23rd. Participants can sign up now for the nation’s favourite sporting event at the Ribble Valley Borough Council Offices in Church Walk, Clitheroe.

The Sport Relief Mile will see hundreds of thousands of runners take to the streets and parks across the country for good causes. Ribble Valley residents can run, walk or jog a one, three or six-mile circuit of Clitheroe Castle grounds, setting off from the bandstand at 11 am.

The council’s sports development officer, Peter Fletcher, said: “The last Sport Relief Mile at Clitheroe Castle attracted more than 300 participants and this year we want even more residents to get involved.

“Sport Relief Mile offers everyone, from mums and toddlers to seasoned runners, the chance to take part in the biggest mile in history. It looks set to be a great day at Clitheroe Castle, so rope in your pals, partners families and colleagues, and get running!”

Sport Relief has raised more than £195m. since being launched in 2002 to help people living tough lives in the UK and across the world. The entry price for Sport Relief Mile is £6 for adults, £3 for children and £15 for families. To register for the Clitheroe Castle event, visit sportrelief.com or phone Peter Fletcher on 01200 414435.

 

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