Run For Chocolate – Reading is a celebration of fitness and wellbeing. Participants of all ages and abilities are able to enjoy the benefits of running, along with the reward of a warm and comforting mug of luxury Hot Chocolate.
What greater motivation is there to get out there and be active?
Achieve your fitness goals and enjoy a fun challenge this winter. And get your family and friends involved too, as each event will promote a party atmosphere in which you can listen to music, drink unlimited luxury Hot Chocolate and enjoy an assortment of treats, as a special reward for all your hard work and effort.
Be it that you walk, jog or run the 5km run distance – all levels, speeds and ages are welcomed. And with hundreds of spectators lining the course to cheer you on, the fun really does begin when you cross the finish line, and receive one of our popular, bespoke Run For Chocolate finishers medals.
Provisional Start Time:
The event will start @ 09:30am
This is NOT a timed event. We encourage everyone from all levels, speeds and ages to take part, time is not an issue… Enjoy the event with other ‘Chocolate Lovers’ & have fun.
Babies in Buscot support (BIBS) is a volunteer run charity which supports Buscot Ward, the local neonatal and special care baby unit at The Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading. BIBS raises funds to purchase new lifesaving equipment for the unit as well as refurbish and maintain parent facilities such as overnight accommodation and a family lounge. Please enable us to continue our work helping local sick and premature babies, without our supporters we would not be able to do the things that we do.
Peter Jordan Fund
After a short but intense battle with brain cancer Pete passed away peacefully with his close family around him at Frimley Park Hospital on 21st October 2015 Aged 59.
Over 9,300 people are diagnosed with a primary brain tumour each year Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40, yet still less than 2% of cancer research funding goes on brain tumours in the UK. More research is desperately needed and The Brain Tumour Charity is leading the way. Earlier this year, it announced an unprecedented £10 million investment into research projects around the UK.The charity is accredited and commended by The Association of Medical Research Charities for ensuring that all the research it funds is selected through stringent, independent peer review – the only charity in its field to do so.