Join us for a very special running challenge!

We're inviting people from across Greater Manchester to tighten their shoelaces in a special challenge to raise money for local patients.  

By News Team on March 23, 2022

The Sixty in 60 challenge is simple – we want to appeal to over 60 people to take part in this year’s Great Manchester Run in aid of St Ann’s – and for each participant to aim to finish the 10km distance in 60 minutes.   

The challenge, which was devised by long-term supporter Mitchell Brough, has evolved from last year’s event, which saw more than 50 sporting superstars take on a Fifty in 50 challenge in honour of our 50th anniversary. 

The Great Manchester Run will be taking place on Sunday 22nd May 2022, with 10km and half marathon routes.

The Sixty in 60 challenge will be open to all St Ann’s runners but this is an optional challenge for runners who wish to push themselves further for the hospice. We would still love to also welcome other runners who would like to complete the run in their own time, as part of #TeamStAnns. 

Team members running for St Ann’s will get free entry into the run, we’re asking that you try to raise a minimum of £200 sponsorship for St Ann’s for the 10km distance, or £300 for the half marathon. You’ll also have the opportunity to attend training events, will receive a free #TeamStAnns running vest and a special fundraising pack. There will also be a post-event party to celebrate the achievements of the runners.  

The Great Manchester Run has been such an important fundraiser for the hospice for many years.    We’re really grateful to anyone who joins Team St Ann’s to take part in aid of our patients.  There’s an amazing atmosphere on the day, and every penny raised makes such a difference to the lives of local people.  We can’t wait to see you there – please sign up now and help support St Ann’s. Rachel McMillan, Chief Executive of St Ann’s

Take on the challenge and join us for Sixty in 60!

For more information, or to sign up, please click the link below, email or call 0161 498 3631.  

Click here to sign up