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Date(s) - 03/09/2016
12:00 am


The world’s first underground 10k run in a working rock
salt mine is being planned for September and we are
inviting you to get involved in supporting this unique
Taking place on Saturday, September 3, 2016 the run
will take place 150metres below ground in the country’s
biggest rock salt mine, in Winsford, Cheshire.
The mine is an amazing place and absolutely unique in
terms of running venues with the 10k route taking in
some of the 160square miles of tunnels underground,
in what is hoped will be a Guinness World Record.
The event has already attracted media attention and
is expected to be a major fund-raising event for the
CRY cardiac screening charity as well as to help fund a
new all-weather athletics track for local children in Mid
There are only 120 places available on this exciting run and so we are asking potential participants toapply as soon as possible if you wish to take part.
Because this run is being organised to raise money for charity and there is such a limited number of places we are asking runners to pledge as much sponsorship as possible (between £500 and £1,000 as an aspirational
guide) in order to take up a place. We know this is a big goal but we hope you will share our ambition to use this opportunity to raise a significant amount of money which will benefit the local community and athletes across the UK.
Even if you feel you won’t be able to meet this target we still encourage you to apply as we welcome your support, and there are a significant number of
community-sponsored places being awarded too.

For further information contact
Profile Communication, 435 Chester
Road, Hartford, Cheshire, CW8 2AG.
Or email your details and pledge amount to
[email protected]

Please note applicants must be aged 18 years or over.