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Ythan Cycle Run 7th September 2013


The Ythan Cycle Run will again be taking place this year on

Saturday 7th September 2013.

The Start / Finish location will be Dr. Spence Memorial Hall, Udny Green.
Half way stop on Challenge route at Methlick.
1.00pm Run Start.

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Scottish Autism.

This family event is again being run to raise funds for charity. This year’s nominated charity is “Scottish Autism”, to whom at least 50% of the proceeds will be donated. However participants will have the opportunity to donate half of any personal sponsorship to a charity of their own choosing and thus share in the proceeds of their own fund raising.

We hope all participants will ask friends, family and colleagues to sponsor them towards raising the maximum amount for both our and their own chosen charities.

The event includes both long (26 mile) and short (8 mile) runs arranged to suit all age, capability and fitness levels.

Basic facilities will be provided at key points during the run, and refreshments will be provided as part of the registration fee after the event at our facilities at Udny Green.

A certificate of participation will be issued to all children who have pre-registered.

Click on the links to download an Entry and Registration Form, and Sponsorship Form.
Or contact Maurice Clarke, 7 Benview Gardens, Oldmeldrum, AB51 0FY, phone 01651 873034, to get them posted to you.

Download a poster for the Ythan Cycle Run 2013

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