AN ALTERNATIVE therapy charity has appealed for supporters to join an 80s-themed fun run in Chiswick.
The Dawn Hastings Foundation, based in Whitton, has organised a 4.6mile run, departing from and ending at Hogarth Health Club, in Airedale Avenue, on Sunday.
About 50 runners have already signed up for the event, which costs £10 to enter, including a free bacon butty and a drink.
But charity founder Kate Hudson-Hall wants as many people as possible to get involved, either by signing up in advance on Facebook or simply turning up on the day.
The Dawn Hastings Foundation provides complementary therapies to people with serious illnesses and their families.
Launched in 2010 from Ms Hudson-Hall’s home in Powdermill Lane, Whitton, as Changez, it was renamed in November last year to honour of an inspirational former client.
The fun run, due to be started by Richmond mayor Rita Palmer, will begin from Hogarth Health Club at 10am. There is an 80s fancy dress theme.
For more visit The Dawn Hastings Foundation page on Facebook or call the charity on 020 8404 9374.