Looking to get in shape for 2018? Why not make a start now and prepare for our Captain David Seath 5K Memorial Run, which will take place on Sunday 22 April 2018.
By virtue of putting a fitness plan together now provides the perfect excuse to enjoy that extra mince pie, tempting party food or one or two festive drinks.
There will, of course, be times when you question your sanity in the next couple of months as you venture out into the Duloch Tundra and gaze at the warm inviting glow of many a festive scene.
However, the truth will come out during the thaw and it will all prove worth the dedication and resilience by the time the spring sunshine shows itself, which shall contribute an immense sense of satisfaction.
The event will return for its second year to Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline which warmly welcomes runners, walkers and dog-joggers of all ages and abilities to complete three laps of the park run circuit.
The event has been organised to commemorate the life of Captain David Seath, who tragically died running the 2016 London Marathon, and raise funds for the memorial fund established in his name.
So far, The Captain David Seath Memorial Fund has raised over £273,000 and provided two-hundred and twenty welfare grants to personnel and veterans living with life-changing physical injuries and psychological trauma.
Gary Seath said:
“Last year we were overwhelmed by the support from the local and, indeed, wider community keen to joins us at Pittencrieff Park to commemorate David’s life, which contributed to a wonderful sense of solidarity.
“We are delighted that the Captain David Seath 5K Memorial Run will return for its second year and we look forward to welcoming everyone, once again, for a very special event in David’s memory.”
To book your place, please follow this link