The National Literacy Trust’s Where’s Wally? themed fun run is back and bigger than ever! The charity is calling on everyone to don bobble hats, glasses and stripy tops in the style of Where’s Wally? and walk, jog or run either 5K or 10K on Sunday 22 March 2015 to raise vital funds to improve literacy in deprived communities across the UK.
Suitable for runners and walkers of any ability aged eight and over, the event promises to be plenty of fun and participants will be provided with a free official Where’s Wally? costume, based on the well-loved protagonist of the series of children’s books created by British illustrator Martin Handford. The Where’s Wally? fun run is a family friendly event where under eights can take part in fun games and activities too.
Last year, over a thousand Wallys ran through a sunny Victoria Park to raise over £60,000 in the National Literacy Trust’s second annual Where’s Wally? fun run.
Registration fee of £25 includes an official Where’s Wally? costume, with all proceeds going to the National Literacy Trust. Full details (and sign up) are available here: