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Cambridge Half charity auction places available now!

by Press Release
Friday 28th November 2014

Race news: Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon - March 8, 2015

The Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon, which takes place on 8 March 2015, sold out in a matter of days but event partners, Cambridge Property Lettings, have four places available to bid on now. All money raised will go to Cancer Research UK.

Four race places are available to bid on by contacting Chris Westgarth via chris@cambridgepropertylettings.co.uk. Please mark for her attention and submit bids no later than 5pm on Friday 5th December.

There is no minimum or maximum bid. By bidding for your place on the start line you will be helping to beat Cancer sooner.

Half a million pounds has been raised in the first three years of the Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon. All of the money raised from the auction bid places will go directly to Cancer Research UK and winners will be notified as soon as possible after the closing date.

For more information on the event visit http://www.onestepbeyond.org.uk/cambridge-half-marathon.php

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