Christmas comes early as sports stars kick off Santa run
FOOTBALL players showed their true colours for a Santa Fun Run.
Cheltenham Town FC members pledged their support for the Cheltenham Sunrise Rotary event in aid of Hop, Skip and Jump at Seven Springs.
They visited the centre to promote the event at Pittville Park on December 2.
Entrants will don Father Christmas outfits to jog up funds to help refurbish a sensory room and buy a wheelchair swing for the day care centre for youngsters with special needs.
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Cheltenham FC spokesmanJames Brown said: "We want as many people as possible to know about this and turn up on the day."
Sunrise president Irene Buckley said: "It's very good of the players to give some of their time to help these children."
The run starts at 10am and proceeds will be split with Cancer Research UK. Cheltenham Rotary Sunrise's community work has supported organisations such as the Everyman Club, County Community Projects (CCP) and Lifestyles.