150 runners to take part in Burnham-On-Sea's
Sport Relief Mile
150 runners are set to take part in Burnham-On-Sea's Sport Relief
Mile, which takes place today (Sunday, March 25th) as part of
the BBC's nationwide fundraising drive.
Burnham-On-Sea event is being jointly run by Burnham-On-Sea Harriers
and Highbridge's King Alfred Sports Centre with the event's HQ
being provided by Burnham Holiday Village.
don't have to be sporty to take part, but can choose to complete
one, three or six mile circuits.
a warm-up session of zumba, the run will set off from The South
Esplanade, passing along the cycle track, taking in the sights
of the River Brue.
addition to the runs being managed by Burnham Harriers, King Alfred
Sports Centre will be providing a bouncy castle (weather permitting),
health checks and mile challenges on rowing machines and bikes.
There will also be the opportunity to try African drumming with
'Fun 2 Drum'.
Beale from Burnham Harriers and Penny Cook from 1610, joint organisers,
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "This is the first Sainsbury's Sport
Relief Mile to be held in Burnham-On-Sea and it's set to be a
great event. So, come on, pull your Sport Relief socks up, enter
the mile and do something amazing! From teeny-tots with their
mums and dads, to super sprinters up against the clock, there
will be something for everyone on the day."
residents can enter the run on the day or by signing up online
Entrants don't have to be sporty to take part and can choose to
complete one, three or six mile circuits.