Fareham charity want runners for the Great South Run

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RUNNERS are being sought to help raise money for a children’s charity.

Kids, the disabled children and young people’s charity, based in Salterns Road, Fareham, is looking for runners to take part in this year’s 10-mile Great South Run being held in Portsmouth on Sunday, October 30.

Kitty McMonagle, Kids fundraiser, said: ‘Last year more than 18,000 people took to the streets of Portsmouth and Southsea raising hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity. We are hoping runners will join our team this year.’

Registration is £30 and the charity is asking for £180 in sponsorship.

Anyone interested should call (01329) 312312 or email kitty.mcmonagle@kids.org.uk

Kids supports more than 7,000 children nationwide.