It was a lovely run along the seafront, and we were very proud of ourselves when we finished! It was lots of fun, a great challenge, and we raised plenty of money between us for charity.
I was invited to join the Brioche Pasquier Race for Life team, who paid for us to enter the race and started off my fundraising with a £50 donation. They also sent us each a fab t-shirt, water bottle, and some samples of their brand new breakfast brioche super cereals to try, which are also given out to people taking part in Race for Life events around the country. I really enjoyed them as a snack, they are healthy and filling, with a good amount of chocolate chips, and they were also very welcome at the end of the race!
It was a great atmosphere, it was amazing to see that almost everyone was wearing pink and looked to be really enjoying taking part, and I was proud to be there. There were plenty of crowds to cheer us on, and Harry and Mia even joined in for a little way en route before heading to the playground!
Brioche Pasquier are a Champion sponsor of Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life 2015 series. Last year they raised £20,000 for Cancer Research UK through their Raise Some Dough promotion, and this year Brioche Pasquier are offering 400 free entries for Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life series. Brioche Pasquier want to showcase your best moments for the chance to win a £500 donation to a Race for Life JustGiving page - you can find out more details on their website.
Brioche Pasquier covered the entry for me and two friends to the race, as well as giving me a head start with my fundraising.