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Roll up for Jingle Jog.

FUN runners are being urged to hoof it around a race course to raise money to help fight heart disease.

The British Heart Foundation is challenging people to don Santa suits and trainers and run one lap or more of Stratford Race Course.

The Jingle Jog takes place on December 5 from 11.15am.

Every adult will get a free Santa outfit to wear while children will also be encouraged to wear festive costumes, with prizes for the best.

Gill Burrows, event organiser, said: "We want people to put their heart first and have fun raising money to help us beat heart disease whilst improving the health of their own heart."

Entry fees, which cover the cost of staging the event, are pounds 7 for adults, pounds 3 for children, pounds 15 per family and pounds 25 for a team of four.

The BHF needs all joggers to raise at least pounds 25 in sponsorship. To register, call 0800 169 3672 or go to
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Oct 25, 2004
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