Friday, June 03, 2016

This Sunday afternoon (5th of June) there's a lot happening in the High Street - why not c'mon down? - 10 mile race, fun run, music, stalls, etc, etc.

It's not just the 10 miler race and the fun run there will be other activities in the High Street on Sunday afternoon. 

Liz Bow told the Gurn:

"This is our 4th year organising the event and Nairn have been amazing in supporting it, contributing, participating and making it a great fun family event,
for such wonderful children's charities, raising money for charities that provide care and respite respectively for young people and their loved ones — the Glasgow Sick Children’s Hospital and Calum’s Cabin.These charities are very close to our hearts, are particularly significant this year.  Hamish our grandson, aged 7 has cancer and receives treatment at the Sick Children’s Hospital, and the family have enjoyed family respite breaks at Calum’s Cabin on Bute. 

The feedback is overwhelming already, Rosebank School have 130 children & staff taking part clubs and organisations are also planning to come along. We have lots of entertainment and activities, music on the High Street — where the races start and finish — a cake and candy stall, refreshments, transfers & face painting, and the prize-giving all at the community centre afterwards.

There will be medals for all the children participating in the Fun Run.

Registration for the Fun Run (£3 per child, £10 for a family of four or more) and 10-Mile Race is at Nairn Community & Arts Centre at 1pm. All children of eight years and under who want to take part in the Fun Run must be accompanied by an adult.

The fun run starts at 2.15pm and the 10-Mile Race, part of the North District Championships, at 2.00pm.
For those who are unable to attend on the day, but would still like to make a donation, a fundraising page has been set up at "

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