CUDDINGTON-BASED charity The Joshua Tree is holding its third annual family fun run this Saturday at Marbury Country Park.
And organisers are keen for as many people as possible to turn out and raise money for the foundation.
There will be two events, a 2.5km run starting at 11am and a 5km race starting at 11.30am. Runners can register for both from 10.30am.
Joshua Tree founder Lynda Hill said: “The course is relatively flat and is suitable for all ages and abilities.
“So if you want the challenge of trying to beat your personal best, or would simply like to take a gentle stroll in beautiful surroundings, it would be great to see you.”
Entry fees for the races are £6 for adults, £4 for children and £15 for groups of four.
Medals will be awarded to all finishers and there will also be a book and toy stall and refreshments will be available.
The charity is currently seeking full planning permission to build a holiday house on land off Dalefords Lane in Sandiway.