Join the bun run!

The Easter Bunny has dropped his Easter eggs! Join the seasonal rabbit on Saturday 31 March on a 2.5km multi-terrain and traffic-free run along woodland tracks and through Severn Valley Country Park (SVCP)with panoramic views across the River Severn.

WW! wildlife writer Edward Andrews of Shropshire Council, who are holding the event in tandem with the Bridgnorth branch of Sainsbury’s, explains, “This event is suitable for children over five, running buggies, club runners and new runners. People can run or walk the off-road route, which will be clearly marked and well marshalled. It’s a great way of getting the family active over the Easter weekend… and everyone will get a medal!”

Sainsbury’s is supplying free chocolate eggs, drinking water and a medal for all runners. Manager Paul Lane says, “As a store in the heart of the local community, we’re happy to support this event in the beautiful surroundings of SVCP.”

U11s must be accompanied by an adult and U18s require parental consent to take part. Children aged 5 to 17 are £3.50, adults £4, and family ticket are £13 – visit stuweb.co.uk or call 01746 781192 for details.

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