Registration for the 20th annual Crisis Square Mile Run is now open and the homelessness charity is hoping for record numbers of city sprinters to take part in this popular summer event.
Relay teams and individual runners will follow a route beginning at Paternoster Square and including Bankside and the South Bank.
Crisis is aiming to raise £160,000 from the event which will be fun and action packed. To help the charity reach this goal, Crisis is asking every runner to raise at least £200.
Since its beginnings in 1992 the event has raised well over £2 million for Crisis. This money has helped the charity continue to provide essential services to homeless and vulnerably housed people across the UK.
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