The iconic Forty Hall Fun Run, which raises cash for the Mayor of Enfield’s charity, is back – and you can register to take part now.
The event on 29 September, takes place around the grounds of the Forty Hall Estate in Forty Hill, Enfield, and features a new 5k event to go with the traditional 10k and 3k runs.
The routes will take you past Enfield’s most famous landmark, along the remains of the historic Elsyng Palace, down the route of the 18th Century New River and through Forty Hall’s gorgeous parkland.
The 5k starts at 10.15am, the 3k at 10.45am and the 10k at 11am.
Entries will close at Midday on Friday 27 September. Runners will not be able to sign up on the day.
The Mayor of Enfield, Cllr Kate Anolue, said: “The Fun Run is a great way to spend your morning in a beautiful setting while supporting a good cause.
“The money raised for the Charity Appeal Fund will provide help and opportunities to those who need it the most. I hope that people will come along, have fun, and raise lots of money for my chosen charities.”
People who want to make donations to the Mayor’s charity, but who don’t want to participate in the run itself can email Koulla.Panaretou@enfield.gov.uk.
The Mayor of Enfield’s Charity will be raising money for the following causes Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia, Dementia Care, The Children’s Society, The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre, Lefkara Association in Enfield, Zebra Children & Adults Charity, Enfield Carers Centre, Stroke Action, Over 50’s Forum, Capel Manor Enriching programme for youths clubs and groups.