Shamrock Shuffle

17th March 2018

Shamrock Shuffle

Shamrock Shuffle

Saturday 17th March 2018

Starting at Harden Cricket Club at 11am

Entries NOW OPEN! ONLINE entries will close at 8:30pm Friday 16th March 2018. On the day entries are accepted (subject to not exceeding our entry limits) but the cost will be increased to £15 per Adult and £12 per Child. Click on the link to the right! What’s it all about?   Each year the event, organised by The Rotary Club of West Bradford  is expected to get bigger and bigger and we’re sure the 2018 event  will be well supported. The run takes place with the help of officers from Bradford Council, the Rotary Club of Bradford West and staff at Manorlands Hospice, the main beneficiaries this year will be Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice and Cancer Support Yorkshire. Many local businesses, organisations and schools use the event to help raise money and we couldn’t stage the event without the generosity of local businesses who provide financial support in order to ensure all proceeds from entrants go to the nominated charities 100% by ensuring all costs are pre-covered. Please take a look at those companies here and support them when you can. Feel free to come and join us for good fun and a good cause by entering today! Don’t forget a Leprachaun hat and medal ( for finishers ) are included with entry!

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5K Run

The 3 miles route is way-marked with red and white tape, Arrow and Cross markers and is to be Marshalled.

Charities

Charities to be supported are Manorlands Hospice, Cancer  Support Yorkshire and Rotary Charities.

What's it about?

An event now recognised around the World for attracting  those looking for a fun day.

Sponsors

Woodbank Nurseries and The Golden Fleece, Harden.

Route

Harden Cricket Club,Fields leading up to St Ives Estate and its footpaths passing Lady Blantyres rock.

How to Enter?

Every participant must complete an entry form either online or via post.

Shamrock Shuffle

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