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Join London's Charity Nun Run!

In Aid of Bernardo's


Sister Act have joined forces with Barnardo’s to bring you London’s very first charity Nun Run! On Sunday May 3 join hundreds of others raising money for Barnardo’s by running through the City of London, dressed as a nun!

The four mile run promises to be great fun for all ages and will make the perfect family day out in London. Starting and finishing at Dunster Court, off Fenchurch Street, the run will take you over Tower Bridge along the Thames and past many famous London landmarks including Tate Modern and St. Paul’s Cathedral. Start time is 11.30am with registration from 10.30am.

Entry is just £20 and includes your nun costume and a donation to Barnardo's.

Sign up before March 30 and you will be entered into a prize draw to win tickets to a preview performance of Sister Act, the divine new musical comedy which will raise the roof at the London Palladium from 7 May 2009.

What are you waiting for? SIGN UP NOW!
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