Have a heart and get jogging

PUBLISHED: 11:30 01 March 2007 | UPDATED: 11:37 06 May 2010

n (Left to right) Juanita Duffett, Steve Cook, of Hertbeat FM, Adam Brockett, of the British Heart Foundation, and Cherry Delacy, of Knebworth House, limber up for the big event

n (Left to right) Juanita Duffett, Steve Cook, of Hertbeat FM, Adam Brockett, of the British Heart Foundation, and Cherry Delacy, of Knebworth House, limber up for the big event

DIG out those trainers and do your bit to raise money to fight heart disease on Sunday with the Hearts First Jog at Knebworth House. Last year was the first time the event was held in Knebworth and it raised nearly £12,000. This year organisers are hoping

DIG out those trainers and do your bit to raise money to fight heart disease on Sunday with the Hearts First Jog at Knebworth House.

Last year was the first time the event was held in Knebworth and it raised nearly £12,000.

This year organisers are hoping to raise £20,000.

Participants can run or walk either one lap of the course (5km) or two laps (10km).

The course takes a scenic route through Knebworth Park, which has been provided free of charge by the Lytton Cobbold family.

The day will start at 10.50am with a warm up lead by Juanita Duffett from event sponsors Stevenage Leisure Ltd.

Start time for the run is 11am.

Pre-registration for the event is now closed but everyone is welcome to come along on the day to register from 9.30am.

Please note, the gates will close at 10.45am.

Entry to the run is £10 for an individual, £7 for under 16s, and £8 per person for a team of six or more.

For more information ring 0800 389 9750, email nthamesevents@bhf.org.uk or visit www.bhf.org. uk/knebworthjog


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