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Race charities

During the 1980s and early 1990s, when Paul Tomlin organised the event, individual runners raised thousands of pounds for charitable causes. When Biggleswade AC took over control, one of their main aims was to donate surplus funds from the event to deserving local causes and charities.


During the past decade and more, the following charitable causes have been the major beneficiaries of funds raised by the event. In all, over £24,000 has been donated in the past 17 years.

2016

St John’s Hospice / Sue Ryder (Moggerhanger) £850

2015

St John’s Hospice / Sue Ryder (Moggerhanger) £1,200

2014

St John’s Hospice / Sue Ryder (Moggerhanger) £1,200

2013

St John’s Hospice / Sue Ryder (Moggerhanger) £1,000

2012

St John’s Hospice / Sue Ryder (Moggerhanger) £2,000

Keech Cottage Childern's Hospice (Luton) £500

2011

St John’s Hospice / Sue Ryder  (Moggerhanger) £2,000

2010

St John’s Hospice / Sue Ryder (Moggerhanger) £2,500

Keech Cottage Childern's Hospice (Luton) £1,000

Biggleswade First Aid Club £300.00

2009

Keech Cottage Childern's Hospice (Luton) £2,300

SADS UK £400.00

Beds McMillan £400.00

2008

Keech Cottage Children's Hospice (Luton) £2,500

2007

Keech Cottage Children's Hospice (Luton) £2,000

2006

Keech Cottage Children's Hospice (Luton) £600.00

British Blind Sports £600.00

2005

Children’s Liver Disease Foundation £600.00

East Anglian Air Ambulance £600.00

2004

MacMillan Cancer Appeal (Bedford) £800.00

2003

NSPCC £400.00

Save the Children £400.00

2002

Jamie Hartley Appeal £400.00

2001

St John’s Hospice / Sue Ryder (Moggerhanger) £350.00

Maythorn  Biggleswade £350.00

2000

Sandy Mayors Charity £350.00

Sandy Drum & Bugle Corps £60.00