You can hike, climb, run, drive, swing or quiz for the Community Sports Foundation, with a whole host of fundraising events taking place across the year. Check out the lineup as it stands, with more events to be revealed in the New Year.
Run For Me is a community running group, which has an added focus on supporting its participants’ mental health and wellbeing.
The group meets once a week for a 60-minute running session led by qualified running coaches, followed by a 30-minute social session.
One in four people in the UK experiences mental health problems, and many studies have shown that running is a great way of improving overall happiness, health and mental wellbeing, as well as alleviating the symptoms of depression.
The initiative aims to provide a friendly support group for its participants and to give them an outlet from day to day stresses, as well as being a great way to stay physically healthy and fit.
Run For Me is free of charge to participants, as it is a legacy programme from the Foundation’s popular Run Norwich 10k event.
To sign up to the programme, click here.
If you have any queries, please contact us here
The session will run in accordance with up-to-date guidelines including coach-to-participant ratios, social distancing, and non-contact sign-in/out procedures.
Please see our COVID-19 compliant delivery statement for the latest information, which will evolve as guidance changes.
Julian was diagnosed with prostate cancer and came to Run for Me looking for positive activity to help him manage his mental health, alongside the stresses of his diagnosis and treatment.
Read how Run for Me has helped him, in his own words.Read More
"Support, advice, zero expectations and life long friends...that’s what Run For Me means to me."
Run For Me participant