PRESENTATION NIGHT TICKETS/END OF YEAR AWARDS/RATING OF CLUB RACES
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The Rod Bowers Trophy for RRR Club Runner of the Year
is presented to
the person that members think has made the greatest
contribution to the club in the last 12 months. That's not necessarily
the 'best' or the fastest runner, but the person you believe has made
the best overall contribution. Given the size of our membership, none of us
know every club member - but this a personal vote, based on the people you know through training, races, parkruns, social events, Facebook, etc. Every vote is important, so please have your say!
Deadline for submitting your vote is Sunday 26th November.
Also on the form below you are asked to select your preference for the club 'Charity of the Year' for 2018 - the charity to which donations will be made from any club fundraising activity throughout next year. There have been a number of worthy nominations from members this year, as detailed at the bottom of this page (with links to their respective websites).
All questionnaire responses are completely confidential - no RRR member will know how you cast your vote!
Simply give a rating to each race, on a scale of 1-10. You don't need to score every race, but feel free to give a rating even if you didn't take part (you may have been a spectator or taken part in a previous year, for example). Then, if you wish, please tell us of other favourite events that you'd like to be considered for next year's race list.
We look forward to hearing your views by Sunday 26th November 2016!
DR KERSHAW'S HOSPICE: "Our local hospice provides a range of services tailored to those in the Oldham area living with life-limiting illness, along with help & support for their families, friends & carers."
MAGGIE'S OLDHAM: "Maggie’s provides free practical, emotional & social support to people with cancer & their family and friends. The Centre is totally reliant upon charitable donations."
MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE ASSOCIATION: "MND affects up to 5,000 adults in the UK. It can affect how people walk, talk, eat, drink & breathe - the disease is life-shortening & there is no cure. The MND Association is fantastic with those suffering from MND, ensuring that not only the person is supported but family too. They also do a lot of fantastic work in raising awareness of MND."
OLDHAM MOUNTAIN RESCUE: "OMR is a volunteer organisation that relies almost entirely on public donations to keep their service going. A lot of our members run & train in places where they could need their assistance. Plus they have cool dogs."