Bath Half Marathon 2014
Sunday 2nd March 2014
The Bath Half Marathon - or the 'Bath Half' as it is affectionately known, is one of the longest established and most popular city centre road events in the UK. Each year RICE reserves a number of Golden Bond places for those who want to help us raise money for research into Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
The course itself is fast and flat making it suitable for all abilities – for beginners whose key objective is to complete the course, to more regular long-distance event runners, looking to beat their personal best time. It covers a two lap 13.1 mile (21.1km) traffic-free course straddling both sides of the River Avon. The race starts and finishes in Great Pulteney Street, in the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath
When you join Team RICE we’ll ask you to register with a £30 fee and to raise £250 in sponsorship. All of which goes towards dementia research and support and education for families and carers. We’ll give you plenty of help and ideas on how to raise your money.
If you don’t fancy the 13.1 miles and would like to get the whole family involved, The Bath Half Family Fun Run is open to entrants of all ages and abilities. The course is just over 1.5miles long and completely traffic-free. It starts and finishes under the Half Marathon gantry in Great Pulteney Street, after the start of the half marathon.
If you’d like to join us in 2014 contact the Fundraising Office on 01225 476435 or email email@example.com.
Many thanks to everyone who ran and dontated in 2013. We raised a magnificent £13,643 for research and support for people with dementia and their families and carers.
|Chris Dyer||Ellie Triggs recovering||Will Slater||Luke Doman and those hot pants!|
|Steve Hocking in the home straight||Jill and Chris Case and Polly Stewart fresh from the start|
|Lucy Mitchell, Georgie and Vicky Williams-Gray during the race|| and later with their medals|
| Proffessor Roy Jones and medal|
Thanks to everyone who ran for RICE in 2012; together we have raised nearly £7,000 for research and support for people with dementia and their families and carers
PROFESSOR ROY JONES - still smiling!
RICE PSYCHOLOGISTS BECCA AND TASH STEVE HOCKING
and not forgetting those from yesteryear.......
CHRIS LORETTO ADAM RACHEL