Osterley Park 10K Raises Over £5,000 For Ealing Foodbank

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The Osterley Park 10k for Ealing Foodbank Challenge has so far raised over £5,000.

The organisers Sandra & Christina have now set a target of £10,000 through the virtual event which has replaced the annual run in the park.

The 10k in 10 days Challenge can be done anywhere in the world. If you run, jog or walk 10k between Tuesday, 1 December to Thursday, 10 December, you will receive your Osterley Park Winter 10k medal.

The challenge costs £20.52. This cost includes £10 race entry, a minimum donation of £10 to Ealing Foodbank (you can give more if you are able to) and 52p processing fee. An additional £5.00 will be required for any international entries for additional postage costs.

Click here to book your place.

A spokesperson for the event said, “Places are going fast and are limited as we already have the medals (keep an eye out for that reveal soon...) so don't miss out.

“This one is all about community and giving back as we are joining forces to support Ealing Foodbank. “

You are encouraged to share your journey and post aboutl your favourite things about this challenge via your social media using hashtags #OP10k and #EalingFoodbank.

If you have any further questions on this event, you can email info@ealinghalfmarathon.com.

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November 26, 2020

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