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Meriden Rotary Club 2 December 2018
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Date and time

When:         Sunday 2 December 2018

Start time:   11 am        (arrive by 10:30 latest)

Where:        Meriden Hall (Pertemps)


£12 registration fee per adult.

£6 for children under 16 years.


We hope you will raise money for our charities by finding people to sponsor you.


Marie Curie Cancer Care
and other local and Rotary Charities.

What you get:

A Santa suit to do the run in, which you may keep, and a medal when you finish the course as proof that you did it. You can collect your Santa suit(s) from the SPAR shop in Meriden from 17 November onwards or collect on the day.

Who can run:

Anybody can take part. Individuals as well as whole families or groups.

More information:

For more information see the FAQ page.

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And other Charities In aid of Sponsors

Welcome to the 7th Meriden Santa Fun Run

Marie Curie Cancer CareSaltem - At all events

Corporate Sponsors

Many thanks to our Corporate sponsors for making this another successful Fun Run. As you can see, your sponsorship is recognised on this website

Sunday 2nd December 2018

Once again we had a very successful Santa Run on Sunday 2 December. Around 100 Santas ran or walked the 4 kilometre course.

The mayor of Solihull attended the event and handed out the medals to those finishing the course.

The weather was also kind to us with even some sun peeking through the clouds.

Tea and coffee were provided by the Manor Hotel and Marie Curie had a display to show why we raise funds for their charity.

Our first thanks go to the participants. Without you, the event cannot be done. Then our thanks to the Manor Hotel for providing the tea and coffee, Marie Curie for their display, the Mayor of Solihull for attending this event, the marshalls and the traffic control people for providing a safe course for the Santas to run or walk. Finally, our thanks to the members of our Rotary Club for organising the event, setting up and tearing down the tents, registering people, etc.

We hope to see you all again next year!

As soon as the photos are ready, they will be published on this website.