Kingfisher staff back Santa dash

By Tristan Harris Friday 06 December 2013 Updated: 06/12 11:25

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Buy photos » Kingfisher marketing assistant Abby Wilson, with Alexa Williams from Redditch Borough Council, Lucy Baylis from the Primrose Hospice, Kingfisher marketing manager Katie Broom and Wendy Stokes from the Primrose Hospice. Picture by Marcus Mingins 4613013MMR

MEMBERS of staff from the Kingfisher Shopping Centre and Redditch Borough Council joined forces to promote the second Santa Dash which is being held in the town to raise funds for the Primrose Hospice.

The event sees participants run a mile route through the town centre as many times as they can.

It takes place from 10am onwards on Sunday (December 8) and will be hosted by radio presenters Ed James and Rachel New.

They will be helping warm up the runners beforehand, along with Pure Gym, and they will be handing out medals at the end.

Entry is £12 for adults, which includes a free Santa suit, and £5 for under-12s which includes a free Santa hat. There is also a family ticket for £30 for two adults and up to two children.

Those wanting to register can do so online at www.primrosehospice.org, by calling 01527 889796 or on the day.

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