Pudsey 10k: Runners encouraged to support trees, not tees

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Participants in a popular West Leeds run will this year be given the choice of planting a tree instead of receiving a race T-shirt, writes Karen Pickering.

The 30th Pudsey Legal 10k, Fun and Park run will take place on Sunday 21st June 2020 and is now open for entries.

This year you have an option to donate towards planting a tree instead of a t-shirt.

A couple of Bramley Breezers on last year’s run. Photo: Simon Cullingworth

A race spokesperson said:

“We are blessed with a beautiful race route but to help protect our environment we need more trees and fewer tees! That’s why this year we are giving an option upon entry, to plant a tree instead of being given a t-shirt.”

Pudsey 10k is a popular race organised by Pudsey Pacers Running Club.

The club is liaising with Leeds City Council to find suitable locations and to be involved in the planting.

Join the Pudsey 10k races here.


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