MoRunning: All you need to know about the November charity event

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We have now reached November, which means we are bound to see some incredible moustaches being grown, as people raise awareness and funds for men’s health issues as part of Movember.

However, there is another way to help get involved that doesn’t include growing a moustache.

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MoRunning is a running charity event that has been set up in partnership with Movember, and will be heading to Newcastle very soon.

The running event travels across the country, encouraging members of the public to sign up and take part to support Movember and the men’s health issues it supports, which includes; prostate cancer, testicular cancer and suicide.

MoRunning aims to give members of the public the opportunity to participate in a ‘MoRun’, with runs designed to suit all abilities.

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Their Newcastle event will be held on Saturday, November 18, kicking off at 9.30am from Newcastle’s Exhibition Park.

Despite the event being held very soon, people can still sign up to take part in either a 1.5K, 5K, 10K or half marathon run.

The event has been designed for all of the family to get involved, so there is also a 1.5K Mini MoRun for children to participate in.

The event is ticketed, starting at £14 for the 1.5K, £26 for the 5K, £26 for the 10K and £30 for the half marathon.

For more information and to book, please visit the MoRunning website.

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