Spring Run 2024

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Start: Sunday 3 March @ 9:30 am

End: Sunday 3 March @ 12:00 pm

Location: Coate Water Country Park

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***Please note that this event has almost sold out and there will be no availability to register to take part on the day. If you would like to take part, please ensure you have registered (via the sign up button above) prior to turning up.***

Our popular Spring Run returns in 2024 with 5km and 10km multi-terrain routes to choose from. All participants will receive a medal and will be chipped by DB Max. Whether you’re an experienced runner or a newbie, this event is open to everyone who wants to challenge themselves for Prospect Hospice.

What: Spring Run

Where: Coate Water Country Park

Registration fee: 5km £15, 10km £18

Fundraising target: £100

As with all our events, the money raised will go towards ensuring local people continue to receive free end of life care. To help, a fundraising page will be set up automatically for you when you register and our dedicated team will be there to support you every step of the way with ideas to help reach your target.

Sophie who took part in our 2023 Spring Run

‘I have signed up to the spring run because I wanted to raise money for such a great cause. Prospect Hospice is such a great charity and so close to my family’s hearts. They were fantastic in looking after my partners aunty and making her so comfortable that my family and I do whatever we can to help raise as much money for them so they can support other people who need that support that we received. I hope to raise more before the event’.

What difference does your participation in the spring run make?

The money you raise will go towards ensuring local people continue to receive free end of life care. People like Alisa and her family.

“The thing we found equally important, though, was the way Prospect Hospice understood and cared about us children, too. It can be traumatising to have to provide very personal care to your own parents, but they understood that and helped us be their children again, rather than their carers. They enabled us all to reclaim dignity, and they also enabled us to cry about the whole situation. That meant so much.”

Coate Water Country Park, Marlborough Road, Swindon, SN3 6AA