Race For Life Portsmouth 2015
You're invited to do something amazing at Race For Life 2015.
Cancer Research UK's Race for Life 2015 needs women everywhere and their friends, family and colleagues to take part and raise money to help us continue our life-saving work.
Sunday 19th July 2015
Distance: 10k Start time 9am (2 laps)
Distance: 5k Start time 11.30am (1 lap)
Location: Southsea Common, Southsea, PO5 3NT
Race for Life is the UK's largest women only fundraising event, where women come together to raise money to help Cancer Research UK beat cancer.
There are two events in Portsmouth, a 10k run which is 2 laps of the course, or the 5k event which is 1 lap, whether you walk, jog or run the course it doesn't matter, you can go at your own pace and enjoy a great day out.
Enter now and be one of 9000 women who will walk, jog or run 5k to help us smash the fundraising target of £509,000 for Cancer Research UK's life-saving work. Have a great day out with your family and friends and help more people beat cancer.
TOGETHER WE WILL BEAT CANCER.
Additional parking spaces are being provided on Southsea Common, just off of Duisburg Way, see map below.
Race For Life History.
The first Race For Life was held in 1994 in Battersea Park, London, 750 women took part raising approximately £48,000 for the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, the event was conceived by Jim Cowan who also acted as race director for the first event.
In 1995 the event was held at six different venues, 4,500 women took part and raised approximately £210,000 for charity. The event has continued to grow each year and now there are around 200 5k events held each year raising funds, they receive no Government funding, to enable Cancer Research UK to invest in vital research helping to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer.