Rudolph Run

Our Christmas family fun run is a great way to get into the festive spirit and raise funds for Rennie Grove

Rudolph Run

Rudolph Run

Sunday 4 December 2022 When is it?

St Albans, outside Waterend Barn Where is it?

The whole family Who can take part?

Festive fun for all the family

Come dressed in your best festive attire and we'll provide the antlers! Our Rudolph Run is a great way to get into the festive spirit and raise funds for Rennie Grove.
Family fun at Rennie Grove Rudolph Run

Rudolph Run FAQs

You asked – we answered! Here are some of the questions our participants asked about Rennie Grove’s Rudolph Run… 

We offer two routes – a 1.5K fun run or a 5K run. Just choose your preference on the registration form.

The fun run starts at 11am and the 5K run at 11.30am. You’ll need to register at Waterend Barn before you run, so we recommend arriving at least 30 minutes before your start time. Then you’ll have time to register and soak up the Christmassy atmosphere too!

Our online Rudolph Run entry fees are £10 for adults and £6 for under 16s. Online entry closes at midnight on Wednesday 30  November. 

You can sign upon the day – £12 for adults and £7.50 for under 16s.

Your entry fees cover the cost of putting on the event. Any sponsorship you can raise goes directly towards patient care in Bucks and Herts.

You could set up a JustGiving page, or even a Facebook fundraiser. It’s easy to do, you can share via email or social media, and the funds you raise come straight to Rennie Grove. We’ll provide a paper copy of a sponsor form for you to share too. Check out our fundraising tools and tips for ideas and inspiration.

Registration is open now! So, you can sign up today and secure your place. Just click here to register.

You can reach Rennie Grove’s fundraising events team on 01442 890222 or drop us an email today. 

“I’ve lived in St Albans all my life and we’ve been doing this event for 10 years. Before I had my daughter Olive, my mum and I did the 5K to raise money. Then when Olive came along, we took her in the pushchair, and we’ve done the event ever since.”

“Rennie Grove is a really lovely, local charity and this has always marked the start of our festive period. It’s our first festive event and it’s when the Christmas tree goes up!”

Rudolph Run participant Rosa Johnson, from St Albans

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