Inaugural Harry’s Run driving event takes place on 31st March – 1st April
Participants to cover more than 300 miles of the UK’s most scenic and exhilarating roads
Event organised in support of the Help Harry Help Others charity
Performance driving enthusiasts are being encouraged to act fast to secure their place on the inaugural Harry’s Run driving adventure which takes place on 31st March – 1st April.
New for 2017, the event, which has been organised in support of the Help Harry Help Others charity, will see participants take in some of the UK’s most exhilarating and scenic roads in two action packed days of driving.
For just £695, participants will join fellow supercar, high-performance car and classic car owners at the start line in Llandudno, Wales, before tackling the stunning Welsh mountains, the famous EVO triangle, Snowdonia and the Horseshoe Pass. Also included is two nights’ accommodation before the event concludes at the charity’s prestigious annual ball, held on the Saturday night at the ICC, Birmingham.
“We’ve been delighted with the response to the event which aims to give participants a couple of days of truly memorable driving while also helping to raise some vitally important funds for the Help Harry charity,” comments Georgina Moseley, co-founder of charity. “Despite the amazing response, we still have spaces remaining but I’d encourage anyone who wants to join this amazing event to act fast in order to secure their spot.”
Participants on the run will be provided with a driver’s handbook which includes extensive and detailed route directions, two nights’ accommodation, private dining on Friday night, breakfast, full use of the hotel spa, event merchandise and two tickets to the HHHO charity ball.
The inaugural Harry’s Run has been organised by the Help Harry Help Others charity which was established in 2009 by nine year old Harry Moseley who was battling with an inoperable brain tumour. Within the space of two years, Harry organised and attended nearly 100 events to raise money for awareness of brain cancer. Sadly Harry passed away in 2011 aged just eleven but since then, his charity has raised over an incredible £1 million to help fellow cancer sufferers.
To secure a spot on Harry’s Run, visit www.harrysrun.co.uk. Meanwhile anyone wishing to support the charity or become a sponsor of the event should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.