Derby 10K 2021

£20.00£30.00

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Can you help by taking part in the 2021 Derby 10K? 

Back after being cancelled in 2020, me&dee have once again committed to supporting this fantastic event that is a major fundraising event for the Derby County Community Trust.

We have 15 places available at a reduced entry fee for anyone that runs for me&dee, you can pay your entry fee of £20.00 through our booking form above.

*Please Note* If you are running for me&dee DO NOT register on the Derby County Community Trust website without the link we send you AFTER you have paid the entry fee above, thank you.

Order Your me&dee Running Shirt

If you would like your own personalised running shirt for just £10.00 please add this to your order.

How to enter and what happens next

1. Pay you entry fee through our booking form above – Don't forget to add your own personalised running shirt.

2. We will send you an email with a link to the Derby County Community Trust website that will allow you to register and that you are running for me&dee (They will also send you a pack that does include the Derby 10K running shirt).

3. If you have purchased a me&dee running shirt we will ask for your size and what name you want on the back in the same email.

That's it all done, you are now running for me&dee, we do ask you to raise a minimum of £50.00 if possible, aiming for £100 per person.

Thanks goes to our running shirt sponsor, Pennline 

Additional information

Derby 10K

Entry Fee, Entry Fee & Running Shirt

Event Details

Date: October 17, 2021

Start time: 09:00 a.m.

End time: 13:00 p.m.

Venue: Pride Park Stadium

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