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Sedgefield Slow Fun Run & Beach Festival

Wednesday, 13 December 2017 10:32 Written by 
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The annual  Slow Fun Run and Beach Festival will once again be hosted by the Sedgefield branch of Knysna Tourism, Sotheby’s Sedgefield and Misfits Studio. Sedgefield’s fifth Beach Festival will take place on Myoli Beach on 22 December.
   
This year we welcome Twizza Soft Drink as sponsors to add some colour and fun to the event.

Misfit Studio will be co-ordinating the 5km Slow Fun Run along two of Sedgefield's beaches, Myoli and Swartvlei. The run will be started by WWE professional wrestler Justin Gabriel.

Entry fees are R10 for children and R20 for adults. All proceeds for all the activities of the festival will go to The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) of South Africa.

The Fun Run will be followed by the Sotheby’s Amateur Fun Sand-Sculpting Competition. The theme this year is Santa Workshop. Entries are R100 for up to four people in a team, and will be available at Sedgefield Tourism Office, Cycleworx and Sotheby’s Sedgefield.

This fun competition is a great way for families to get creative and connect," says Belinda Hobson, Sedgefield Tourism Manager.

The Sotheby's Beach Treasure Hunt promises to delight the little ones as usual. "The treasure hunt is always great fun," says Belinda. The entry fee is R10 per child.

The day will end with the popular Egg Toss at an entry fee of R10.

As in previous years, this year's festival offers fabulous prizes from many generous sponsors. If you would like to sponsor or contribute to this Charity Event please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For further information contact Sedgefield Tourism on 044 343 2007.

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