Over 600 runners and participants will be taking part in the Ricky Road Run to raise money.

The Ricky Road Run, which goes across 10 miles of Rickmansworth and Chorleywood, will be returning on October 27 for charitable participants to run, jog or walk to raise money and raise money for their desired charities.

The Cure Parkinson’s Trust is among one of the many charities taking part in the fundraiser event. In 2017 over 100 staff and supporters of the charity took part in the Ricky Road Run, with this year there’s hope for more support.

Participants are encouraged to run to raise money for the Cure Parkinson’s Trust, with each runner will be given a charity vest and fundraising support.

In 2017, the co-founder and president of Cure Parkinson Trust, Tom Isaacs, died after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s at 27. During the run this year, the Cure Parkinson’s Trust team hope to raise money in memory of him and to continue in finding a cure for Parkinson’s.

A post-race celebration at Chorleywood Cricket Club will take place for the Cure Parkinson’s Trust runners.

For more information, contact julia@cureparkinsons.org.uk or call 020 7847 3892.