Send over your entry by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org directly with your image and your accompanying description (15 words max.). Time to get creative!
Each participant will receive a Hitachi Capital 5k medal to include on your e-mail signature.
Should you win, you will able to take home the following:
* Your chosen charity must adhere to HCUK's Charity Policy. We will make our donation via a credit card.
5K9: my perfect way to start the working week, running at sunrise with the dog
Fish supper for the Grey Heron!
King St. in CT, over the Merritt Parkway into NY alongside wooded scenic residential run
Perfect way to start the morning 😊
Sights along my route, the beauty of nature keeps me going.
Supported my friend on her GNR journey - Completed in 2 hour 8 mins!
Great to have a friend pacing me around . . . it’s a shame he dropped out after 100 metres.
5k run done in denim! No records broken, a puffy knee but a great cause!
too unfit to run so decided to walk. It was a beautiful warm summary day
Enjoyed the walk and the view of the park!
Misty morning Cross Country – Life in the old dog (s) yet!
5km done 😊 part of my 100 miles in 30 days Running Down Dementia challenge
Enjoying the last of the summer sun, even if my face doesn’t agree!
24 degrees… Sun cream would’ve been wise... My face was slightly too red to share.
our Board director Mr Fukuro also joined!
Great run along the Thames!
The picture is of The Whispering Knights, a burial chamber thought to date to around 3,800BC. Home is just behind the line of trees on the horizon and the walk was more like 8km!
Upped the pace for a regular run route and manged to do 2nd fastest time on this route!
Mum and daughter run along the Thames in the sunshine!
A helpful paw goes a long way!
Great exercise in the green.
I hate walking, but 3.5 miles and 4.5 hours later we managed to complete the walk.
Walk up Cademuir Hill in Scotland with my partner. It was rather windy!
5k done in beautiful Bushy Park. Deer in rutting season so didn’t get too close!
Wild horses couldn’t catch me
Building up to our 100k walk to Brighton next year for Alzheimer Research UK!
Up a 4am drove to the Roaches – near Leek and walked and rock climbed – saw the sunset then home.
Giving Coronavirus a run for its money!
On those chubby legs, anything is possible!
Choose your favourite picture from the competition.
Votes close on 4 October.
The winner will be announced on W/C 5 October.