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We're Taking Part In #runandtalk. The Question Is Will You?

#runandtalk week is back!

From Saturday 27th January - Friday 2nd February 2018, & we need your help! The campaign is supported by Mind, the Mental Health charity, to improve mental wellbeing through running. It's all about getting people talking about mental health, sharing their experiences, removing the stigma and supporting people experiencing mental health problems to start, return to and continue running.

We are asking ALL Run Leaders to register a run for #runandtalk week. Runs can be registered for FREE  through Survey Monkey. Anyone who is a qualified LiRF Run/Group Leader or part of an EA Affiliated Club can lead a run to raise awareness of mental health; this is a great opportunity for you & your runners!

All runs must be registered between Monday 8th-Thursday 18th January.

From the 18th January, anyone can sign up to join the run you have registered through Meetup. Whether they are part of a RunTogether Group or just have a keen interest in #runandtalk, we are encouraging everyone to take part!

Register your run for #runandtalk week

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Let's Talk About Mental Health

To support Time to Talk Day we’re asking Run Leaders to start talking about mental health and encourage people to use running to support mental wellbeing.

The term ‘mental illness’ can sound quite scary to many of us, but the truth is mental illness is very common with 1 in 4 of us in the UK affected each year– that’s approximately 15 million of us! Mental health conditions do not discriminate – they affect people of all ages, genders, sexualities and ethnic groups. They do not care if you are rich, poor, successful, married or single – they really can affect any one of us. Mental health conditions are characterized by alterations in our
thinking, mood or behaviour, and include illnesses such as anxiety, depression, addiction, bipolar disorder, personality disorder, schizophrenia or eating disorders.

Despite a huge amount of work being done to raise awareness of mental health conditions, there is still a great deal of stigma surrounding mental illness.

Speaking about mental health shouldn’t be seen as being scary, taboo or something to avoid as the reality is mental health conditions are part and parcel of everyday life.

All of us, at some point in our lives, will be touched either directly or indirectly by mental illness so it’s important to speak openly about these conditions and help address the stigma.

For more information click here 

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Sign Up Now For 30% Off All Race For Life Events!

Walk, jog or run in 2018 at Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life and join thousands of women in funding life-saving research. Sign up right now for any event and get 30% off your entry fee. (This discount has now expired) Whether you want to take on a 5k, 10k, or Pretty Muddy, or go for an even bigger challenge with a Hike or Half Marathon. Make 2018 the year you help beat cancer sooner.
Every step, every pound, takes us closer to reaching our goal of 3 in 4 people surviving cancer by 2034.
This is beating cancer!

GROUP OF THE MONTH: RunTogether Notts Womens Runners

We are pleased to present our January Group of the Month RunTogether, Notts Womens Runners. With over 30 Run Leader's this group offer fantastic, fun, sessions. We were particularly impressed with your Christmas Jumper Run, what a turnout! 

This group list sessions on the RunTogether website, check everyone in and actively engage in social media through their Facebook & Twitter feeds.  If your group #BookCheckInRun and you think you deserve to win next months Group of the Month title, then email us. Tell us why your group are amazing, and you may feature in next months newsletter.

Nominate your group-email 

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Here's to our best year yet!


8th Jan - 18th Jan 2018 Run Leaders to register #runandtalk run
18th Jan - 27th Jan 2018 Encourage runners to sign up to #runandtalk run
27th Jan - 2nd Feb 2018 #runandtalk week

If you need any help adding sessions, we're always here to provide assistance. Either:
Visit the online guides here
Email us:
Call us: 0121 347 6543 option 4