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Cardiff Half Marathon

October 2

SORRY ALL SPACES ARE CURRENTLY ALLOCATED

Cardiff Half Marathon – Team Hospice of the Valleys

 

Challenge yourself and do something amazing for YOU and Hospice of the Valleys 

Sunday 2nd October 2022

 

The Cardiff University / Cardiff Half Marathon is back on Sunday 2nd October 2022.  The event has grown into one of the largest road races in the United Kingdom and encompasses many of Cardiff’s most iconic landmarks, beautiful scenery and historic buildings.  The course if flat and fast making it ideal for beginners and elites.

 

Join team Hospice of the Valleys today!

 

    

Building on the tremendous success of recent years, Hospice of the Valleys is delighted to announce we have 25 charity spaces available and we would love to have you join our team.

Help us by fundraising to continue to provide the exceptional care and support to patients and their families who need it most in Blaenau Gwent.

In return for a free space we ask that you aim to reach £200 in sponsorship and of course you don’t have to stop there!  We will support you every step of the way with your fundraising.

To claim your free space, click on the Im in! button below and complete our Hospice form.  Once you have submitted this form please check your emails for a reply from the Hospice with further information on what to do next.

 

SORRY ALL CHARITY SPACES CURRENTLY ALLOCATED

 

 

 

If we can help in anyway, please contact Amanda by emailing fundraising@hospiceofthevalleys.com or by calling 01495 717277

 

If you’ve already signed up take part in October 2022 and want to support the Hospice then we would love to hear from you and can begin supporting you right away.

 

 

 

As part of Team Hospice of the Valleys you will receive;

  • Your free technical running t-shirt,
  • Support from a dedicated fundraising team member with hints and tips to maximise your fundraising,
  • Regular communications and a good luck video prior to the event,
  • Half Marathon training and preparation plan,
  • Support to contact and join a local park run club / running club,
  • And of course supporting you on the day with a cheer station and group selfie before the start.

  

Reasons to do it…

 There are many reasons to run the Cardiff Half Marathon for Hospice of the Valleys – whether it’s in memory of a loved one, because you, a family or friend has received support from the Hospice, to push and challenge yourself or simply because you need somewhere to wear your costume…What are you waiting for?

 

Ricky kindly shared why he and his family decided to take part in Cardiff Half for the Hospice.

 

“On the 13th of August 2018 my world fell apart when my dad (Dean) was officially diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer at the age of 49.  He fought his hardest for six months, but even he wasn’t strong enough to beat it! On January 8th 2019, just eight days before his 50th birthday, Dad sadly passed away.

From start to finish, day or night, the Hospice of the Valleys were there to support Dad and ease his pain. The gratitude we as a family have for the Hospice can’t be said in a thank you. No one realises just know how much they actually do for you, until you experience something as traumatic yourself.

Running the Cardiff half marathon together, gave us something to focus on and work towards, whilst still grieving the death of Dad. At the beginning, running as little as 3 miles for any of us was a challenge, so 13.1 miles sounded crazy!

However, after months of hard work and determination, the training finally paid off when we crossed that finish line! I know that Dad would have been proud of us all. Together we have raised money for a wonderful charity. Thank you from the bottom our hearts”

 

 

The minimum age for our charity place is 18 years old on the event day.

Thank you from everyone here at the Hospice.

 

Testimonies

 

“Thanks Amanda and to the rest of the team at HOTV.  It was a privilege to run with the logo on my shirt and i’d be happy to do it again.” – Mark

“Thanks Amanda and everyone else too for being so supportive!  I really enjoyed my first half marathon and loved running for the Hospice!” – Rhiannon

 

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October 2
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