Lanner House runs, walks and toddles!

| June 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Lanner House, an ISASA school situated in Worcester in the beautiful Breede River Valley of the Western Cape, recently held its Ewe Rock Trail Run. The run has its own special place in The Runner’s Guide to Races in South Africa.

The event has grown out of the school’s annual walkathon, to the point where it is now a fixture on the local running community’s calendar.

This year saw the introduction of a 2 km toddle (so that the whole school — which starts at age two — could be included) in addition to the 5 km and 10 km fun trail runs/walks already in place.

This year, over 400 runners, walkers and toddlers participated to help the school, a public benefit organisation, raise funds and increase its community involvement and advertising activities.

All finishers were rewarded with a medal and, in true ‘platteland’ style, finishers were also placed in a lucky draw for a whole Karoo lamb.

Category: Winter 2014

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