The 18th annual Fuller’s London Pride 10k will take place on Sunday 22 June from 10am in support of Cancer Research UK, with all funds going directly Hammersmith Hospital

Join he 18th Fullers London Pride 10K; a sponsored run or walk along the Thames, a route that has great PB potential for runners and plenty of pub stops for walkers!

Organisers are hoping to encourage more people than ever to participate to raise funds just through taking part and through raising sponsorship. Keen runners, fun runners and walkers alike can take part for someone they know who has suffered from cancer. 

The route follows the Thames path over Chiswick and Hammersmith Bridges starting and ending at the Griffin Brewery.  It is hoped that families, friends and participants of every age group and running ability will take part. 

The walker’s fee is £10 to register, £15 on the day and runners are £15 to register and £20 on the day. This is due to runners having chipped numbers for recording their time.  Registration can be either online or by phone:; 08701 602 040

The walk starts at 10am with runners setting off at 11am. Afterwards there will be many attractions in Homefields Park next to the brewery.  Participants will be greeted at the end with a complimentary drink from sponsors Fullers.  An organic BBQ is planned, massages for aching limbs, live music, and lots of stalls and fair-like attractions.  Scientists from Hammersmith Hospital will also be there on the day to explain a little more about their research and will be extracting DNA from strawberries to demonstrate some of the techniques used. 

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