The Cure Parkinson’s Trust needs you to join them in the Ricky Road Run 2019.
In 2017, over 100 staff and supporters of The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT) took to the streets to take part in the iconic Ricky Road Race.
This year, they are asking for your support once again to run, jog or walk with Team CPT and help raise urgently needed funds for research into a cure for Parkinson’s.
Taking place on October 27, the Ricky Road Run route covers 10 miles through the scenic, hilly roads and lanes of Rickmansworth and Chorleywood.
This annual event sees over 600 runners and walkers of all abilities take part.
For those that knew of Tom Isaacs, originally from Chorleywood, he needs no introduction.
But for those that don’t, Tom was co-founder and president of CPT, having been diagnosed with Parkinson’s aged just 27.
He passed away suddenly in 2017 but left a lasting impact on the Parkinson’s community and beyond.
In 2017, the CPT team raced for Tom. In 2019, they will race to raise vital funds to continue the charity’s exciting work in finding for a cure for Parkinson’s.
Whether you would like to run, walk, jog or bring your dog, and whether you are a long-term supporter or new to the charity, CPT would love you to join them in Ricky this year.
Gather your friends and family and help create the biggest sporting team in the home counties.
CPT runners are invited to join a post-race celebration at Chorleywood Cricket Club.
CPT will provide each runner with a charity vest and fundraising support.
If you would like to join the team, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7487 3892.