CHILDREN from across North Wales, and from as far South as London, put their best foot forward for St David’s Hospice at the weekend.

More than 70 children took part in the charity’s Nick Beer Fun Run.

They were joined by their family members to run 1km on Llandudno promenade before the main Nick Beer run.


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Participants from St Davids Hospice Fun Run (11/02/2024)

Participants from St David's Hospice Fun Run (11/02/2024)

Sam Amis, from St Davids Hospice fundraising team, said: “We had a great morning on the promenade and are so grateful to all the children for taking part and for their amazing fundraising efforts.

North Wales Pioneer: St David’s Hospice Fun Run (11/02/2024)St David’s Hospice Fun Run (11/02/2024) (Image: St David's Hospice)

"This year’s was our most successful Fun Run to date with the total money raised exceeding £1,500.”

Each participant received a medal after the run and were then invited to cheer on the Nick Beer runners.

“It was a lovely event to be a part of and we are grateful to Always Aim Higher events for inviting St David’s Hospice to host the Fun Run at this year’s event,” added Sam.

The next event in St David’s Hospice fundraising calendar will be West Shore Walkies on Sunday, February 25.