Entries Now Open For Tom's Trust Fun Run 2019

19 February 2019, 15:00 | Updated: 19 February 2019, 15:51

Tom's Trust

Get those running shoes on and head to Thriplow on May 19th to raise money for a great cause.

The annual Tom's Trust Fun Run is back for the sixth year! Lace up those trainers and put on your best running playlist and sign up to walk, jog or run either 2.5km or 5km.

All abilities are welcome to take part on Sunday 19th May in Thriplow for what promises to be a great day out for all of the family. Dogs are welcome too!

 >> Find out more and book your place.


Sign Up Today!

The run starts at 11am, with under 4s free to take part but required to register.

Book before Sunday March 31st to enjoy an early bird discount of £7. Bookings made from Monday April 1st charged at £10 per ticket. Registration available on the day.

 >> Find out more and book your place.

About Tom's Trust

Tom’s Trust is a beneficiary of Global's Make Some Noise, Heart's charity which supports brilliant small projects across the UK, which help youngsters and their families living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity.

The Tom's Trust team at Addenbrooke's Hospital provide life-changing support for children diagnosed with brain tumours.

The charity was set up in 2011, by Debs and Andrew, who lost their son, Tom, in November 2010, just seven months after he was diagnosed with a malignant medulloblastoma brain tumour.

Today, Tom’s Trust’s team of clinical psychologists care for over 200 children and their families. They are the backbone of the child’s long-term rehabilitation, providing support from the point of diagnosis, through treatment and beyond. Vital support is also given to families who have sadly lost their child to the condition.

Enjoy More Great Discounts With Tom's Trunks

Entry on the day for anyone wearing Tom's Trunks is £7. Anyone who books online will also receive a discount on the day too.

 >> Click here to buy your Tom's Trunks.

Getting To The Event

Thriplow is located in south Cambridgeshire just off the A505 and only a 5 minute drive from M11.