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Post by National Literacy Trust on Mon Dec 10, 2012 2:41 pm

How far would you run for reading? Join the National Literacy Trust's Where's Wally Fun Run and walk, jog or run 5K or 10K to promote literacy!

We are all aware of the difficulties involved in teaching children to read and write. Despite the hard work of teachers and child services, there are still many children in the UK who fall through gaps in the system. Currently, one in six adults in the UK have poor literacy. In schools, children's progress is often impeded by difficult circumstances such as precarious housing, living in the care system or having illiterate parents. The National Literacy Trust works with schools and local communities to help these children overcome illiteracy and give them a pathway out of their adverse circumstances.

On 24th March 2013 we will be hosting a Where's Wally-themed Fun Run in Victoria Park London, to raise money which will help us reach more children accross the country.

The run has 5K and 10K options, so decide how far you will run for reading and follow the link to learn more and sign up!

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Post by Lil Miss Sunshine on Tue Dec 11, 2012 6:36 am

A worthy cause Very Happy
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