Christmas Santa Run returns to Ipswich to help raise funds for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices

PUBLISHED: 10:00 06 November 2015 | UPDATED: 14:44 09 November 2015

Enthusiastic Santas get ready for the 2015 EACH Ipswich Santa Run

Enthusiastic Santas get ready for the 2015 EACH Ipswich Santa Run


Hundreds of Santas will descend onto Ipswich again this year to raise money for charity.

Participants on the start line at last year's (2014) EACH Santa RunParticipants on the start line at last year's (2014) EACH Santa Run

The East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) Ipswich Santa Run will take place on December 13 with enthusiastic fundraisers taking on a course around the town centre.

The fun event is not a race – entrants can run, jog or walk around the route which is suitable for all members of the family.

Kesha Allen, EACH events intern, said: “We are excited to host this year’s Santa Run in the heart of the town centre along a new route.

“Kay Fletcher will be joining us again to warm up our excited runners.

“This is a great, well-established event where EACH supporters continue to raise funds to support families and care for children and young people with life threatening conditions across East Anglia.

“This really is a fun even for all the family so come and join in on the fun.”

The run starts at 10.30am, with entry being £10 for adults (including Santa suit) and £6 for children under 13-years-old, who also get a Santa hat.

A Plan Insurance will be sponsoring the event, providing marshals, hosting the participant registration and handing out Santa suits.

To sign up online visit or call the Suffolk Fundraising Team on 01473 276196.

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