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Citta slow Fun Run and Beach Festival

Thursday, 24 November 2016 13:48 Written by  Citta slow Fun Run and Beach Festival
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The annual Citta slow Fun Run and Beach Festival will once again be hosted by the Sedgefield branch of Knysna & Partners, Sotheby’s Sedgefield and this year we welcome on board Misfits Studio to the organisation committee for December 23rd Sedgefield s 4th Beach Festival.

Misfit Studio will be co-ordinating this year’s 5km Citta Slow fun run which will this year be held along two of the five beaches Sedgefield has to offer.
We ask for a R5 entry fee for children and R10 for adults. As with all the activities planned in the programme, these entries and proceeds will go to The National Sea Rescue Institute of South Africa.
The Fun Run will be followed by an amateur fun sand-sculpting competition. "We’ll announce this year's theme closer to the date, however if you have any suggestions please message us on our Face book Page- The Sedgefield "Citta Slow" Beach Festival. Entries R80 for up to 6 people in a team and will be available at Sedgefield Tourism Office, Cycleworx and Sotheby’s Sedgefield.
This competition is great fun and an interactive way for families to get creative and connect," said Belinda Hobson, Knysna & Partners' Sedgefield manager.
Sotheby's will once again organise the Beach Treasure Hunt that promises to delight the little ones as usual. "The treasure hunt has always proved to be a very spirited affair in past," concluded Hobson.

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

For further information contact the Sedgefield branch of Knysna & Partners on 044 343 2007.

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