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RED January Event - Couch to 5k (Middleton)

15 January 2020

Wednesday 15 January 2020
11am - 12noon

Peterloo Medical Centre
133-137 Manchester Old Road
M24 4DZ


Couch to 5k is a running plan for beginners, with a mix of walking and running to build up gradually. Sessions will be running from Peter Loo Surgery on 15, 22 & 29 January 2020 at 11am.


We are welcoming donations for these events, all proceeds will go to Rochdale and District Mind's services.

RED January is a free community initiative, encouraging people to get active every day to support their mental health. You can walk, run, swim, cycle (whatever you fancy!) the aim is to get moving daily, whilst raising awareness and support for mental health.

Those taking part in RED January can choose to raise funds for Rochdale and District Mind and other local Mind centres. Rochdale and District Mind have been providing mental health services for people living in the Borough of Rochdale for over 30 years and all sponsorship money will go to keep it going.

Entry fee: Free

Contact: Carol
01706 752343

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