A walk for health and unity. 30 years and still walking!
Trophies to the first three female and male winners in each distance. Commemorative medals and t-shirts for the first 3000 participants. Spot prizes, water bottles and caps and a raffle draw on offer at 3pm.
There will be jumping castles, giant slides, face painting, kiddies activities and rides on offer for the children and a toddler den to keep the little ones safe.
There will also be an eastern ‘Entertainment Extravaganza’ hosted by JYM which will begin at 1pm, as well as dances by students from various dance schools and performances by talented young musicians.
Gandhi Walk Spokesperson, Mahendra Modi encourages the public to bring their families and friends along and enjoy the delicious food on sale at the event, including samoosas, chip rolls, puri patta, biryani etc.
The Purpose of the Gandhi Walk is to raise both awareness and funds for various NGOs, NPOs and charitable organisations. Last year the beneficiaries were Ikageng Home for the Aged, LICO-Lenasia inter-cultural Society, TIBA –blind association and Saaberie Chisty Ambulance services.
Commemorative medals and t-shirts will be handed out to the first 3000 walkers to complete the walk.
Starting times: 12km: 9am; 6km: 9:15am.
Pre-entries, available on www.entrytime.com or from Computicket, are open. You can also enter on race morning, from 7am.
Tickets will be available at all Computicket Outlets, Shoprite Checkers, the Computicket Website and through the Computicket Call Centre.
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Wheelchairs and welcome. No dogs please.