The Royal National Institute for Blind People (RNIB) is hosting a 5k run in London’s Regent’s Park this summer to raise funds to support its work.
The Double Dash fun run will be held on 11 May and will see runners paired together using a tether, which many blind and partially sighted people use with running with a guide.
The charity describes it as an event designed to be accessible and inclusive. “For new runners, keen runners and runners with sight loss – everyone is invited,” it said.
Those entering the run will be required to raise £250 as a pair. For more information and to sign up, visit the RNIB website.
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