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British London 10k Sunday July 10 2016

If you didn’t manage to don’ that neon orange vest, squeeze into lycra running tights and get sweaty in front of huge crowds in central London last year, then now’s your chance!  You can run the British 10k in aid of CALM, the Campaign Against Living Miserably, the charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, on Sunday July 10th 2016.

Every year, sporty and not-so-sporty individuals join us for a fun day out to help us raise both funds and awareness to prevent the single biggest killer of men aged under 45 in the UK.

The British 10k London run takes place on July 10th this year, and all we ask in return is a minimum of £150 raised per runner. There are prizes for fastest CALM finishers and a chance to have a drink with the other CALM runners afterwards. It’s a really brilliant day out but places fill up fast, so if you are up for the challenge, don’t delay!

Fill out this REGISTRATION FORM and then email it to to book a place NOW!

Last year, an incredible 138 people ran the British London 10k for CALM and raised an amazing £59,944.  Without the amazing support from our fundraisers, we wouldn’t be able to keep our helpline open, our website running or our campaign going, so every penny raised is hugely appreciated.

To find out about other ways you can help CALM fundraise and to see where your money goes visit below:


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