Santastic: How great is that?

Group photo of families having fun at Santa Run 2019

Barry Curtis Park was awash with Santas last Wednesday and it was all for a wonderful cause.

The Great New Zealand Santa Run was held simultaneously in various spots around the country on Wednesday last week in association with the charity, the Graeme Dingle Foundation, a leader in positive child and youth development, building resilience and self-belief in New Zealand’s young people.

Sir Graeme Dingle, co-founder of the Graeme Dingle Foundation, says, “My plan is to make New Zealand the best place in the world for young people and their families by 2050 and I will do everything in my power to ensure that this happens.” he says.

Anyone can participate. The fun run is a 2-3 km easy walk or run, designed for any level, and any age. Families, corporate groups and individuals take part.

Each grown-up entrant receives a free Santa suit as part of their fee while kids under 13 get a Santa hat instead of a suit.

Anyone can participate. The fun run is a 2-3 km easy walk or run, designed for any level, and any age. Families, corporate groups and individuals take part.

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