Worthing Run-Fest

Date:

28th April 2024

Location:

Worthing Seafront

About this event

Details
Date:

April 28

Time:

09:00 am - 12:00 am

Event Category:

All, Challenge, Physical activity, Run

Worthing Runfest

Grab your free place at the Worthing 10k or half marathon this April 28th – and start raising funds to prevent local people having to face the trauma of homelessness alone.  

Worthing is where Turning Tides was founded, over 30 years ago. So, we’re excited to have you run the iconic seafront routes the founders of our charity covered all those years ago – taking hot soup and sandwiches to local people experiencing homelessness. 

Worthing RunFest takes place on fully closed roads that are as flat as a pancake, making them the perfect place to go for a new PB. The course starts and finishes on the seafront next to the famous Worthing Pier and in 2024 they will be having a after-party in Steyne Gardens. Check out the 2023 Worthing 10k course or Worthing half marathon course.   

 The minimum fundraising target is £300 for 10K and £400 for the Half marathon. Once you’ve been offered a place, and accepted it, you’ll be sent a fundraising pack and supported on your fundraising journey by the team.  

To register interest please email fundraising@turning-tides.org.uk or call 01903 680740.  

The fundraising team will then contact you with further information about the run including the weblink and code to secure your place.  

For more information about the event itself please visit – About Worthing Runfest – RUN-FEST  

Ts and Cs apply. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Find our more HERE.

Help

Other ways to get help

​If you, or someone you know, is at risk of or has become homeless, please visit our help section to find out other local sources of advice and support.

You can find lots of useful local services who can provide practical information and advice on a range of matters such as housing, benefits, money management, mental wellbeing and much more.

You can find the contact details of your local council and the Frequently Asked Questions will signpost you to other sources of support