The Run for All Series was set up by Jane Tomlinson CBE to stand as her fund-raising legacy.  Before her death from breast cancer in 2007, Jane raised £1.85 million for children's and cancer charities through a series of gruelling physical challenges whilst battling with the cancer.

A cash boost of £37,500 was donated from the Jane Tomlinson Appeal to the hospice where Jane spent her final days in 2007.  So St Gemma's Hospice is a charity close to her family’s heart.  The St Gemma's Hospice Refurbishment Appeal has been launched to raise the £339,000 needed to make vital improvements to the patient’s rooms on the In-Patient Unit, including installing hoists, revising colour schemes to give better contrast to those patients with dementia or visual impairment and improving flooring to minimise infection risk and reduce the possibility of falls.
  • Hull 10k – 23 May 2010

  • Leeds 10k – 4 July 2010

  • Pennine Lancashire 10k      
    – 11 July 2010

  • York 10k – 1 August 2010


2010 saw the first year of the Jane Tomlinson Pennine Lancashire 10k and first across the line in Blackburn’s Witton Park was Lee Cook in 35mins 46secs, and the first female was Gwen Kinloch in 42mins 11secs.  With places available for 5000 participants over the age of 15, the event was a huge success and followed closely on the heels of the ever popular Leeds 10k, set up in 2007 and the recently launched Hull 10k.  The York 10k saw its inaugural race last year in 2009 and this year Ben Livesey was first across the finish line in a time of 32mins 2secs.  The first female was Karen Hallas in 37mins 4secs.  The wheelchair race was won by Brett Crossley in 35mins.

See email addresses below to register  for 2011 events.

Pennine 10k – email

Hull 10k – email

Leeds 10k – visit

York 10k – preregistration not available yet, keep checking the website:

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