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Battle of the Knights III

Battle of the Knights III

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Battle of the Knights III is a 5km race, near Bury St Edmunds, which consists of an obstacle assault course and a road run. The event is organised by and raises money for St Nicholas Hospice Care.

This is an event for people of all levels to sign up and achieve their goals.

We encourage you to the finish line and award medals whether you run hard, or for fun. We like events where people can test their resilience and get a buzz from feeling a sense of team spirit. These traits make for a meaningful experience and are key to the Hospice’s cause.

Sign up individually or as part of a team. This event is all about the camaraderie so even if you’re not in a team there will be plenty of encouragement throughout the 5km course.

Battle of the Knights III takes place on Sunday, 14 April, at The Playground, in Barrow, near Bury St Edmunds.

To enter, adults pay £30, whilst juniors pay £15 for the 1km race. All fees go towards the Hospice’s work to support people caring, dying and bereaved.

If you are able, we would love for you to fundraise. Every donation makes a difference and a website like Justgiving.com makes it easier to ask.

Online registration

Online registration closes at midday on Thursday, 11 April.

Using Echoleft

We use Echoleft to process our event tickets and donations. It is a secure booking website, which charges a small fee of 2.5% to process and administrate any donations received. You can read more about this here: https://www.echoleft.com/trust/donations. 

Event Details

Calendar 989898
Sunday, 14th April 2019
Location pin 989898
The Playground, Barrow IP29 5AX

Raising money for

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St Nicholas Hospice Care

About St Nicholas Hospice Care

St Nicholas Hospice Care is a local charity providing help, advice and support to people in West Suffolk and Thetford in the final chapters of their life, who are living with long-term and life-threatening illnesses. Our services are not just for patients, but for their family and friends too. They include everything from specialist medical care to bereavement support and practical help. We also: •Offer emotional support to patients, children, families and carers •Help people to make the most of every day •Advise on pain relief and other symptoms •Liaise with other services which may be able to help •Offer a variety of education to local professionals and carers