CZWG’s inaugural #HIVISRun
Join us on Wednesday 25th September for CZWG’s inaugural HI-VIS Run!
HI-VIS Run a 5km fun run in Highbury Fields in aid of the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust – bringing visibility to their work to inspire and enable young people from under-represented backgrounds to succeed in built environment professions.
The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust believes that architecture as a profession and the built environment that surrounds us should be designed by the people who live in it, celebrating and giving voice to the rich and diverse cultural heritage of people from every background.
All proceeds will go toward the Trust's Scholarship Fund at Newcastle University for two Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students to study Architecture at the University.
HI-VIS fancy dress not compulsory but greatly encouraged!
For more event details and to register to take part, go to hivisrun.eventbrite.co.uk
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