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The Mason Mile, which focuses on bringing families and individuals together to achieve a mile, whether that’s through a run, walk or jog is hosting a special event in Maidstone on the 16th November to raise money for Children in Need.
The Mason Mile are encouraging the community to come together and support this fun initiative, to raise as much money as possible for Children in Need. Golding Vision, the community arm of Golding Homes, and Wellbeing People will be supporting the event and providing fun juice making activities for everyone involved.
We want to get schools, businesses, individuals and in fact everyone to come along and run. For every kid under 13, who walk, jog or run a mile, The Mason Mile Foundation will donate £1 or £2 to Children in Need (depending on how quickly they get around) and collections of donations will be taken from anyone else completing a mile.
Join us for Maidstones biggest road run through the beautiful country roads around Linton, Boughton Monchelsea and the surrounding villages.
We have three distances offering a perfect warm up for the spring races for experienced runners, a great route for intermediate runners or a fun run for beginners, families and children wanting to get involved. Half Marathon, 10k and 5k Fun Run.
Ramblin Man Fair 2019 Now in its 5th year!! A celebration of Classic Rock, Outlaw Country, Blues and Prog for music fans by music fans!
Leading British prog rockers Anathema have been announced as headliners for the Prog In The Park stage at the 2019 Ramblin’ Man Fair. They will be joined on what is shaping up already as a strong prog line-up by Polish outfit Riverside and Pain Of Salvation, with further artists to be announced.
Aside from the Anathema announcement, Legendary US rockers Foreigner have already been announced as one of the main stage headline acts, while Beth Hart will headline the Blues stage.
Since its inception in 2015, Ramblin’ Man has hosted legendary artists such as Steve Earle, Whitesnake, Mott The Hoople, ZZ Top, Glenn Hughes, Gregg Allman, The Cult, The Zombies, Hawkwind, Jason & The Scorchers and Family. The event has been described by Classic Rockas “the best new festival in Britain”.