Musketeers urge runners to enter Dash
ATHLETICS: Plymouth Musketeers Running Club are appealing for fund-raisers to enter a road race in aid of bereaved children.
Musketeers are donating proceeds from a five-mile road race, the St Dominic Dash, to city charity Jeremiah's Journey.
The race is on Saturday, June 23 at St Dominic near Cotehele. The charity supports bereaved children and young people, their parents and carers at the Mustard Tree Centre at Derriford Hospital.
There are prizes for overall female and male winners and age groups.
Musketeers chairman Bryan King said: "We are delighted to run this race in aid of Jeremiah's Journey. This charity is well respected for its crucial work supporting youngsters who have lost someone.
"Their skilled workers communicate with children in a way they can understand and are able to relate to the feelings of turmoil they are going through."
King added: "We hope runners of all abilities will take part and enjoy challenging themselves while also benefiting a fantastic cause."
For more details and entry forms visit www.theplymouth musketeers.webs.com