About the event

When: TBC

Where: Cooper’s Field, Bute Park, Cardiff.

Adult Registration fee: £15 if you commit to a minimum fundraising pledge of £100 or £30 if you prefer not to fundraise.

Children (11 and under) registration fee: £7.50 for the 5K route. £5 for the 1K route. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the run.

If you have a disability your supporter can run with you for free, and there are wheelchair places available too.

Online registrations for 2020 are not yet open. In the meantime you can register your interest and we'll let you know when more details are available and you can sign up.

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Why join #TeamMencap?

Your entry includes:

  • a friendly team at Mencap to support you with training and fundraising
  • a Mencap t-shirt and medal to wear with pride
  • chip timed results
  • medical assistance
  • a clearly marked 5K/10K route and the biggest cheers to get you to the finish line.

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Hear from a previous runner

Hear from a previous runner

Jake enjoyed the warm up, joining in with all the exercise with lots of smiles and signing along at times.

Jake thoroughly enjoyed the run and his medal is now hanging proudly in his room!

- Darren (who support Jake (pictured) on his run)

 
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Register your interest

Let us know if you'd like to take part in the Bute Park 5K/10K in 2020.

We'll then let you know when more details are available and how you can sign up.

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