Hundreds of Santas run wild at Wisbech Park

PUBLISHED: 15:24 19 December 2016 | UPDATED: 15:25 19 December 2016

Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.

Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.

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Hundreds of people put on their finest Santa outfits at the weekend to take part in a festive run around Wisbech Park.

There was a 5k timed santa run, 1k family fun run and the chance for children and adults alike to meet Santa himself.

Other activities included a bouncy castle, face painting, stalls selling Christmas decorations, cards and candles.

Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.

New Vision Fitness, who helped organise the event, were also at the run offering deals to potential customers.

Christmas carols were also sang and walking football was played.

Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.

One person said on social media: “Just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone at the Santa Run. Well organised and great atmosphere.”

Another said: “Absolutely fantastic turn out! Well done to everyone.”

Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.

A third person added: “What a great morning, lovely to see so many people in fancy dress.”

Santa Run top 10 runners

Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.

1 47 Tayo Willett 20.06

2 58 Adam Chown 20.20

Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.

3 16 Justin Elvidge 20.22

4 22 Morgan Harrison 20.35

Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.

5 7 James Carter 21.47

6 62 Dave Lawrence 22.25

Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.Christmas fancy dress run in Wisbech Park.

7 29 Ben Peeling 23.03

8 35 Charlie Rose 23.15

9 50 Lauren Day 23.38

10 64 Dirk James 23.55


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