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A santa invasion

28 Sep 2010

Docklands will be awash with red and white on Sunday, December 5, as Variety Victoria holds its second annual Santa Fun Run.

Building on the success of its inaugural event, the Santa Fun Run 2010 will take a brand new route around Docklands starting and finishing at Waterfront City.

Variety Victoria expects over 2000 participants to don their santa suits and runners and embrace the festive spirit in support of children in need.

Individuals, families and community groups of all abilities are encourage to join the fun run and will have the option of either a five km or 10 km course.

The Santa Fun Run kicks off at 9am and participants can run, walk or wheel their way around the course to assist Variety Victoria in raising funds for its work with disadvantaged and special-needs children.

Marathon runner, gold medallist and event ambassador Steve Moneghetti said: “I’m delighted to be involved with Variety Victoria’s Santa Fun Run. This is a fun event for the whole family. I’ll be bringing my wife, Tanya, and my four children along to run for this great cause.”

A registration fee of $30 per person will apply and Santas are being encouraged to seek sponsorship donations online with the support of GoFundraise in order to hit their fundraising targets.

To make sure participants look the part, all contestants will receive a complimentary, official, five-piece santa suit.

Registrations for the Santa Fun Run 2010 close Friday, December 3 at 5pm or register on the day at Waterfront City from 7am.

For information visit http://www.varietysantafunrun.com.au

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  • Siobhan Browne at 3:54pm on 29/09/10

    great thanks for the update

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