Looking to take on a challenge in 2023 to support your local NHS Charity? Then why not join the iconic Great North Run.
The annual challenge consists of a half marathon from the Tyne Bridge in Newcastle, to South Shields, a city to sea course, taking place on Sunday 10th September 2023.
The sign up process is simple and our fundraising team are here to support you along the way so if you're interested or have any queries regarding the event then please don't hesitate to contact us.
The Great North Run 2022 was clearly very memorable for the Charity; 20 runners took part and completed the 13.1 mile challenge on behalf of our charity, collectively raising over £21,170 for our MY MRI Appeal! We are so thankful for the commitment these runners have shown in preparing for the run, and for their fundraising efforts.
The 40th Great North Run, held on Sunday 12th September 2021 was as ever an unforgettable event. This year was all the more emotive and special, following the cancellation of the 2020 event.
In spite of changes to the course our MYHC Team of runners excelled themselves by blazing over the finish line.
The Red Arrows provided a poignant display once again, and the atmosphere was as electric as ever. We are so proud to see our colours and team taking part, if you are interested in joining us for an even bigger GNR 2022 please get in touch with our team to discuss how we can support you- Tel 01924 546017 or email- email@example.com
The Great North Run 2019 was clearly very memorable for the Charity; 18 runners took part and completed the 13.1 mile challenge on behalf of our charity, collectively raising over £7000 for our hospitals in Wakefield, Dewsbury & Pontefract! We are so thankful for the commitment these runners have shown in preparing for the run, and for their fundraising efforts.
2018 was the first time MY Hospitals Charity entered participants into the Great North Run. We had three runners who raised money and ran on behalf of the Charity, the fantastic trio raised a total of £2863 supporting our ambition helping our hospitals do more.