16 Aug

Creep It Real At Trick Or Treat Run

Trick or Treat Run poster

Human Race Events are offering you the opportunity to 'creep it real' at London's Trick or Treat Run 2017. Join thousands of runners who will brave the spooky paths of Southwark Park as all of its haunted horrors come to life on Saturday 28 October.

Trick or Treat Run London is back for 2017 and it's spookier than ever! You are invited to join with friends and family as you run, jog or creep your way around this central London course, situated only three stops from Waterloo station. 
As an incentive to those brave enough to enter before the end of August there is a significant discount available and all under-12s will get in absolutely free.
The fun starts with the Afternoon Spooky Family Run at 1.30pm. Bring the family for this spooky Halloween extravaganza. Think pumpkin party, ghastly ghouls and wicked witches around an amazing 2.5km or 5km closed road route. With prizes for the most spook-tacular costumes and hair-raising surprises en-route, you’d be a dozy devil not to enter. 
The fear factor is ramped up for the Evening Scare Run starting at 5.30pm (head torches are recommended). Runners can expect a moonlit 5km run through the eerie woods of London’s most frightful park. Survivors will receive a free slime shot before creeping over to the Glow in the Dark after party, featuring a live DJ and bar. 
All participants in this Halloween extravaganza can expect numerous tricks and/or treats with spooky surprises on the route. Luminous medals are a given and Evening Scare Run survivors can look forward to downing the delightful slime shot if they are brave enough – go on, you know you want one!
All runners will face a decision when they reach the finish line: Trick or Treat? Finish your chosen distance and select your fate. Will you play it safe with a treat or risk a spooky surprise?
Breast Cancer Care is the official charity partner for the event and will be offering basic Halloween costume designs for just £3 donation on the day, with every penny raised going to the charity.
Full details and entries available at the Human Race Events website.
Image courtesy Human Race Events