A new Running opportunity has been added to Manchester VSB by Stroke Association , starts 18 May 2014

Now in its thirteenth year, the BUPA Great Manchester 10k Run is the nation’s favourite 10k running event and we want you to join the Stroke Association on the day!

The Great Manchester Run is recognised as one of the world’s greatest road running competitions, with the elite race performances ranking highly in the world best performance lists every year. Away from the elites, the race sees an all-star cast of celebrities and thousands of charity and fun runners taking part to raise money for charity.

At this event we’re looking for volunteers who are willing to cheer our runners on at our cheering point along the route. You will be provided with cheering aids and refreshments on the day, with a travel expense allowance of £5.

Our runners really appreciate the support on the route so you’d really be brightening up someone’s day, especially as they’re on their final stretch to the finish line!

The Stroke Association believe in life after stroke. Volunteers are at the core of what we do and without you we just wouldn’t be able to work. We believe that by working together we can change the world for people affected by stroke.

If you’re interested in volunteering at this event please contact northwestfundraising@stroke.org.uk, or give us a call on 0161 742 7485 or 07961 246 395.

Placement offered by Stroke Association

Contact – Laura McMullin

Phone – 07961246395

Location – Cornbrook Tram Station, Cornbrook Ave, Dinton St

Postcode – M154WD

Start Date – 18 May 2014

End Date – 18 May 2014

Minimum age – 14

Required Qualification – None

Duties – Other

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