Enter a team
Have you got what it takes to run in the ultimate Christmas charity fun run event helping to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK?!
Due to COVID-19, our next Great Christmas Pudding Race will be held on the morning of Saturday 11th December 2021 in Covent Garden London.
To get involved in our special 2020 virtual fundraising event – watch this Pudding! More details to be revealed very soon!
To enter a team in the 2021 Great Christmas Pudding Race:
- Get together a team of 6 people
- Complete the below registration form with your details and pay your registration fee of £60 per team
Once you have completed your form and the registration fee has been received, you will receive a confirmation email from us confirming your place.
We ask each team to raise a minimum amount in sponsorship of £600 (£100 per person). If you have any queries or are unable to pay by Paypal, please contact us.
If you aren’t able to enter a team this year but would still like to make a donation to Cancer Research UK then please use this link.
Under 18 years old.
If you are entering the race and you are lucky enough to be under the age of 18, please download and complete the parental consent form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note you must be 14 years old or over to participate in The Great Christmas Pudding Race.
Terms & Conditions
- By submitting this form, I confirm that I wish to enter a team for the Great Christmas Pudding Race and that I agree to be bound by the rules of the race
- I confirm that all members of the team are physically fit and take part in the race at their own risk
- I understand that CRAC or Cancer Research UK may distribute details, images and/or video of those taking part in the race to the media and others, and that I consent to my details and likeness being published in any media coverage.
- CRAC reserves the right to change the location, date or time of the race or to cancel due to circumstances beyond their control
- No refunds will be made in the case of cancellation
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