LIGHT THE NIGHT IS A BRAND NEW SERIES OF EVENTS FROM SOBELL HOUSE.
Walk, jog or run your way through one of 3 night-time illumination events and light up a life with Sobell House Hospice.
This unmissable fundraising series is open to all abilities and is best enjoyed with friends and family.
Sign up today at www.lightthenight.org.uk
ABOUT THIS EVENT
Light the Night Bicester is a fundraising fun run event for Sobell House! Join us at this 5K night-time interactive light event. Get active, have lots of fun, and raise funds to help us light up a life. Expect lights, neon zones, fire shows, and much more as you run, jog, or walk your way around the course to #lightupalife
EVENT START TIME:
Adults – £15
Children (aged 10-16) – £12
You will cover a mixture of grass and concrete on this flat, one-lap 5K course. There will be safety lighting covering the sections of the course that do not have entertainment, so you will be able to see where you’re going!
There will be a water station at approximately half way along the route.
The brighter, the better! Dig deep into your wardrobe or head to a Sobell House charity shop to find some bargains! Think Neon, colourful and bright, so together we can Light the Night!
Due to the nature of the event, the age limit has been set at aged 10 and over. All under 17’s must be accompanied by a paying adult.
This event has been deemed inappropriate for wheelchair users due to the nature of the course.
Please click here for event information and to register.
Founded in 1976, Sobell House was one of the earliest NHS hospices to be established, following in the footsteps of Dame Cicely Saunders, considered by many to be the founder of the modern hospice movement in UK. Since then, Sobell House have been providing specialist palliative care to patients and their families at home, in the Oxford hospitals, and in their purpose-built hospice on the Churchill Hospital site. They are part of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and closely linked to the University of Oxford.
For further information on Sobell House click here.