03:02AM, Tuesday 16 July 2013
A last chance to enter the Windsor half marathon is being offered.
More runners are being allowed to join Sir Michael Parkinson's Parky's Pride team, running for Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service to raise money for a children's hospice near Maidenhead.
This year's race will be on September 29 so there are still 75 days to train for the run in the beautiful surroundings of the Windsor Great Park.
The course can only take 6,000 entries and official entries closed back in April.
Fiona Devine and Julia Philipson from Alexander Devine entered their first race last year. Fiona went from being a non-runner to running her first ever race at the Windsor Half. Julia went from a casual runner who ran with her dog to achieving a milestone that she thought was completely impossible previously.
Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service is based in Whitby Road, Slough.
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