A charity is inviting people to put their best foot forward to raise cash to help people who have suffered a stroke.
The Stroke Association is offering people the chance to make a pledge which counts and take part in a 5km, 10km or 15km Resolution Run on Sunday, March 15 at Delamere Forest.
As one of more than 20 Resolution Runs taking place across the UK, this fun event provides the perfect motivation to get back in shape while supporting a vital cause.
Dr James Logan, a senior lecturer at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and presenter of the TV programme Embarrassing Bodies, is backing the runs. He supports the charity because his gran Margaret Kerr had a stroke just before Christmas two years ago.
Dr James said: “Signing up to a Resolution Run is the perfect way of committing to doing something important for people whose lives have been turned upside down by stroke.”
Entry fee is £12.50. For more information about entering or volunteering, visit www.stroke.org.uk/resolution , email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 742 7485.
All runners receive a free t-shirt and medal. Running vests are also available for £2.50 more.