The legendary Leeds Abbey Dash is back this October.
Registrations are open and you can sign up now. Please spread the word!
If you’ve taken part before, you’ll know it’s a fantastic way to challenge yourself and have fun. The flat, fast course goes through Leeds city centre, with an amazing atmosphere, and is a great opportunity for a PB for runners of all levels – the perfect first 10k. All runners get a timing chip, medal, goodies and their finishing time text after the race. Plus, we’ll support you with a training plan, regular emails, a dedicated Facebook and Strava group and an Age UK cheering squad on the day.
And of course, you’ll be helping Age UK be there for older people who need us most, in Yorkshire and across the UK. So gather your team and bag your place in the Leeds Abbey Dash today. Sign up now.
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