Superhero Run: could you be a superhero for terminally ill and disabled children?

Friday, 06 January 2017

Could you be a superhero for the day and run for Lifelites, the charity which donates specialist technology packages to terminally ill and disabled children?

The charity has places in the Superhero Run, which takes place in London’s Regents Park in May.  

The run is a fantastic event for runners of all abilities and you have the option of choosing a 5km course or a 10km course. It’s a great opportunity to dress up, have some fun, raise money for Lifelites and run against the backdrop of one of London’s stunning royal parks.

The run takes place at 11.00am on Sunday 12th May in London’s Regents Park. Registration costs £25 and runners of all abilities are welcome, you can even jog or walk it. All participants will be given their own superhero costume for free, but you can also come along in your own.

You can take the whole family along too, children up to the age of 8 years old can take part in a free 200m run, ages 8-15 can register for £10 and take part in the 5K or 10K run, and over the age of 15 pay £25.

Lifelites was originally a Freemasons’ millennium project, but is now a separate charity and works incredibly hard to raise funds. All the money goes towards donating specially adapted equipment to children in hospices. This technology allows them to play, be creative, communicate and control something for themselves. The charity has donated equipment to every children’s hospice across the British Isles, and funds raised from your run can be spent on the Lifelites project of your choice.

If you would like to take part and raise essential funds for Lifelites, just visit the website. For more information or to request an information pack, contact Emma on 0207 440 4200 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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