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      Scottish Half Marathon

      Scottish Half Marathon

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      Meadowmill Sports Centre Edinburgh EH33 1LZ

      23 Sep 2018, 11:00

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      Take on the challenge of a half marathon or 10K along the stunning East Lothian coastline.

      Date: Sunday 23 September 2018
      Location
      : Edinburgh
      Distance
      : Half marathon (13.1 miles) or 10K
      Registration fee:
      Half marathon: £34; 10K: £27
      Minimum sponsorship:
      Half marathon: £150; 10K: £100

      Both routes are flat and fast, so if you want to set a personal best for a half marathon or 10K, sign up today! The races take place just outside Edinburgh, along the picturesque East Lothian coastline.

      By running for Action on Hearing Loss Scotland, you’ll be raising vital funds to help change the lives of the 945,000 people with hearing loss in Scotland.

      How we’ll support you

      When you run for us, we’ll provide you with:

      • a training guide
      • a fundraising pack full of fundraising tips and ideas
      • sponsorship forms
      • a dedicated member of the team to support you from start to finish
      • an exclusive Action on Hearing Loss running vest.


      If you haven't fundraised before, don't worry – we’ll be here to help you with fundraising advice, tips and ideas to make sure you reach your target.

      How do I register?

      Sign up for the half marathon or 10K here and select Action on Hearing Loss as your charity choice.

      Once you’ve registered, please contact Cindy Cosgrove from our Fundraising team, so we can send you your fundraising kit and support you every step of the way:

      Telephone: 0141 341 5339
      Email: cindy.cosgrove@hearingloss.org.uk

      By signing up to an event with Action on Hearing Loss, you agree to our terms and conditions of registration, which you can find here. Please read these before you register.

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