New London race targets fundraisers

Organisers of a new televised 10km run through London are offering places for people willing to run for charity.

The Bupa 10,000 – which will start and finish in St James’s Park in London on 26 May – has already achieved its target of 10,000 runners, but fundraisers can still gain a place on the start line through Bupa’s partner charities.

The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign is among the charities still offering places. It has 70 guaranteed spots for runners who can pledge to raise £500 or more.

Other charities involved include the British Red Cross, Mind and Whizz-Kidz.

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