PEOPLE in Huddersfield are being urged to secure their place at this year's Great North Run.
The RNID charity, which represents 9m deaf and hard of hearing people in the UK, wants people to join its team to help raise money.
Caroline Jupe, the charity's events and community fundraising executive, said: "Not only will you have the chance to run over the Tyne Bridge and past other Newcastle landmarks, but you'll be raising vital funds to help change the world for deaf or hard of hearing people."
Places are taken on a first come, first served basis to prospective fundraisers.
A £38 registration fee is required, along with a pledge to raise at least £300 for the charity.
The 13-mile run will take place on Sunday, September 30, between Newcastle and South Shields.
For more information please contact the events team on 0845 634 0687.