NSPCC Half Marathon and 10K 2016
MKFM joined in the fun once again at the 2016 NSPCC Half Marathon and 10K runs on Sunday 25th September 2016.
Starting and finishing at The Webber Independent School, it was a great day of running with a great turnout of runners plus a junior fun run for younger runners.
Over the last 18 years, the event has raised over half a million pounds for the NSPCC.
And of course MKFM were in attendance taking your photos and cheering you on as you crossed the finish line!
Check out the photos from the event below...
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