Local Heroes Needed As Team Brighton Volunteers
The UK's second largest marathon has informed runABC South that its volunteer registration is now opens today and local heroes are once again requested to step forward to help Brighton Marathon Weekend to further success in 2018.
'Team Brighton' is made up of many amazing people who give their all to bring the Brighton Marathon Weekend to life. Being a part of the team is a rewarding experience, helping to support thousands of runners and spectators at Europe's eighth largest marathon.
To join the team you’ll be enthusiastic, friendly, helpful and committed. If that sounds like you then all you have to do is click here and follow the instructions. Brighton Marathon is delighted that American Express will continue as Community Partner and supporters of Team Brighton volunteers.
Brighton Marathon Weekend takes place from 13-15 April 2018, comprising Brighton Marathon, BM10K and Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens Mini Mile Races. The marathon is one of the city’s most successful fundraising events, benefiting hundreds of charities annually.
Tom Naylor, event director said: “Every year we are truly humbled by the amount of time and energy our volunteers are prepared to give to help make Brighton Marathon Weekend happen. We couldn’t do it without them. We look forward to welcoming back our regular volunteers and to introducing new volunteers to Team Brighton in 2018.”
Beverly Sawyers at American Express said: “We’re delighted to once again support Brighton Marathon Weekend, which has grown significantly since we first became involved. One of the key events in the city’s calendar, it attracts huge visitor numbers and supports hundreds of local charities. As community partner we’re hoping to get the whole community behind the event, by participating, volunteering or spectating along the route and cheering on runners.”
Volunteer Janet Roberts, 75, of Littlehampton says: “I have been a volunteer with Brighton Marathon since 2011 and always look out each year for the email inviting volunteers to register, my reply is instant! All the team - volunteers, management, team leaders - are all such a supportive, helpful team that to me, it feels like a yearly 'family' gathering, and even more special when we meet new volunteers. We all work hard in our huge array of roles to make the Brighton Marathon Weekend the success it is and have fun along the way.”
Image courtesy Brighton Marathon Weekend