Charity applications for Chariots of Fire 2014 are now open. Each year, thousands of runners pound Cambridge’s city streets to raise money for the selected beneficiary charity for Chariots of Fire.
With Chariots of Fire fast approaching, most training preparations are underway but there is still time until the big day on the 22nd September to get ready.
Cambridge University colleges are being encouraged to sign up for the city’s largest charity relay race, Chariots of Fire, which takes place on Sunday 22nd September.
The boost given by the 2012 London Olympics to participation rates in sport is being felt here in Cambridge with bumper registrations for this years Chariots of Fire charity relay race.
Paralympian shooter Matt Skelhon will be guest of honour at this year’s Chariots of Fire charity relay race, which is raising money for disability charity Papworth Trust’s Cambridge Centre.
The organisers of Chariots of Fire are recruiting for 100 volunteers to get involved with Cambridgeshire’s historic relay race on Sunday 22 September.
For the 22nd consecutive year dozens of lawyers, from leading regional law firm Hewitsons, will be donning their running gear to take part in Chariots of Fire on Sunday 22nd September.
Runners who register a team for Chariots of Fire 2013 will help to raise vital funds to improve an important service for disabled people in Cambridge.
Following the launch of Chariots of Fire last week, the race is on for teams to sign up to this annual event.
Chariots of Fire 2013 officially launches today, providing thousands of runners with the chance to register a team and pound the streets on Sunday 22 September - all in the name of a local charity.
On Wednesday 16th January Hewitsons hosted the 2012 Chariots of Fire cheque presentation. Representatives from Cambridge Past, Present & Future (CPPF) and Cam Sight were in attendance.