Pastor Phil Cutcliffe is taking part in the Run 4 Life running event.
Pastor Phil Cutcliffe is taking part in the Run 4 Life running event. Rob Williams

On your marks, get ready, Run for Life has a new date

A RAIN deluge like no other forced the organisers of the annual Greater Springfield Run for Life to cancel the annual event last year.

After wild weather flooded the course on October 21 and sent officials running for cover, a new date was set for the event.

Runners will now take over the Brookwater Golf and Country Club on February 10 to help raise money for struggling families.

The run for life is a major fundraiser for Westside Community Care and Pastor Phil Cutcliffe said the goal was to raise $40,000 this year.

Read more at www.qt.com.au



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