Ballymena Runners said the group is ‘delighted’ to partner once again with All Saints GAC’s popular Crebilly 5k event, set to take place on Sunday 21 August.
Ballymena Runners has supported All Saints event since it’s inception in 2017.
Running enthusiasts are encouraged to ‘get the date in the diary’ now and plan to take part in what is best described as a undulating course loop on the surrounding rural roads.
Registration is ‘on the day’ from 9:00am at Race HQ, the All Saints GAC Clubhouse, and the entry fee is an individual/family donation to this year’s nominated charity – Turning Point NI.
The Ballymena-based organisation provides a crisis intervention and mental health hub for those experiencing any form of mental health crisis.
The charity was established in 2015 with NHSCT with a primary purpose to reduce the intensity of suicide and self-harming behaviours within the area, promoting positive mental wellbeing & resilience and support to families who have been bereaved by suicide.
A representative from Turning Point NI will aim to be in attendance at the event.