Get antlers and noses ready for Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust’s Rudolph Run

16:55 07 November 2014

The Rudolph Run takes place on December 7.

The Rudolph Run takes place on December 7.

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Fund-raisers will sport antlers and red noses for the second annual Rudolph Run.

The event, which will support Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust, takes place on December 7 around the grounds of Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge.

The event is open to all including runners, joggers, walkers and those with pushchairs. They can take part in a 3km or 5km run.

Money raised will support patients in Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie Hospital, or it can be allocated to a ward, clinic or department that holds a special meaning.

Additional entertainment on the day will include live music, face painting, a vintage car and craft stalls.

To take part, visit www.act4addenbrookes.org.uk/RudolphRun or call 01223 349805. A registration fee of £10 per adult or £5 per child (aged 5–15) applies, which includes an event pack, runner number, goody bag, festive reindeer antlers and flashing red nose.

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