The sun was shining at this year’s Vitality London 10k as 17 runners took on the fantastic 10k challenge for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT) on Monday 28th May.

Amongst out brilliant runners was Sam Ubhi from ‘Team Ubhi’ who took part in the run to celebrate her father’s 84th Birthday! Sam’s father Avtar, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2010 so Sam, along with 11 family and friends decided to take on the challenge together to help raise awareness and funds for a cure for Parkinson’s. 

Despite the hot weather conditions on the day all of our brilliant runners completed the flat and scenic route which took them past some of the Capital’s famous landmarks including Nelson’s Column, St. Pauls Cathedral, the House of Parliament and the beautiful St James’ Park.

CPT would like to say a huge THANK YOU to all our wonderful runners for your dedication and hard work to training and fundraising. Together they have so far raised an incredible £12,000 which is a fantastic achievement and will help to fund research into treatments that have the potential to slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s.

Team CPT all warmed up and ready to take on the 2018 Vitality 10k

Sophie & Cat full of smiles - Go Girls!

Team Ubhi enjoying the run

The rest of Team Ubhi about to cross the finish line

Almost finished - Go go Kevin!

Janet sporting her well deserved medal - fantastic effort

CPT's George & Sarah celebrating with supporter Luke, proudly wearing his medal

Team CPT celebrating with their medals - Well done all!

If you feel inspired and fancy being involved in next year’s Vitality London 10k please contact George to register your interest or call 020 7487 3892.