News - 2nd April 2018
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parkrunners invited to KBC Night Run

2-Weeks-Parkrun

KBC Night Run takes place on Sunday 22 April at 9pm. Don’t miss this incredible experience, running at night along a route featuring some of Dublin’s most iconic landmarks including Custom House, the Diving Bell, Grand Canal Dock, Boland’s Mills and finishing at the stunning Samuel Beckett Bridge.

 

Check out this year’s route video here.

 

Open to people of all abilities, the flat and fast 10k course is perfect for those thinking of stepping up a distance. We have great packages for groups of 10+ on offer, so gather your parkrun buddies and email us to find out more!

 

With on course entertainment, premium reflective tech top, finishers medal and goodie bag, KBC Night Run 2018 is not to be missed! #OwnTheNight

 

Click here to sign up now.

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