Sunday 14th April 2019
David Rayner Building: 120 Cambridge Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom
The Cambridge Branch of Parkinson’s UK invites you to join us for the annual Tulip Fun Run on Sunday 14 April to mark Parkinson’s Awareness Week 2019.
The Fun Run route is approximately 4 miles / 7K, starting at the David Rayner Building at Scotsdale's. The course follows the path along Cambridge Road towards Granhams road, then goes off road along the DNA Cycle Path towards Addenbrooke's hospital. Then walkers and runners will turn left along the Dame Mary Archer Way (bridge), and follow the route through the new housing development, towards Shelford Road. From there it's the home straight along the path to finish up at the David Rayner Building at Scotsdales.
Every participant who completes the course will receive a certificate and medal to commemorate their achievement!
Participants are encouraged to raise funds to support the Cambridge Branch of Parkinson's UK and it's members.
Bibs will be handed out on the morning of the Fun Run, and there will be a bag drop where participants can leave items (at own risk). After the event they'll be refreshments for those who have taken part, as well as food and drink for purchase by spectators.
The Tulip Fun Run takes place at the David Rayner Building located within the gates of Scotsdales Garden Centre, where there is free parking (on the grass outside the DRB).
Event Day Schedule
10:00 - Arrival: Pick up bib and bag drop (toilets available)
10:30 - Fun Run Start
10:45 - Refreshments* available for spectators and participants in the David Rayner Building
11:00 - Speedy of runners begin to return
11:00 - 10 min massage slots* available until 12PM.
11:30 - Runners and walkers return collect medals and certificates and enjoy the atmosphere around the David Rayner Building
12:30 - Event ends (likely all walkers back by this stage)
[*For a donation]
Suggested things to bring with you on the day of the Fun Run:
Parkinson's UK Cambridge
215 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London