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Charity Beetham Tower Run

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Manchester
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We are thrilled to once again bring you the Manchester Beetham Tower Run at the UK's tallest building outside London.

Visible from ten counties on a clear day, the challenge is to run or walk up 798 steps to Level 46.

Often referred to locally as the Beetham Hilton Tower, this iconic, award-winning building is the tallest residential building in the UK at 169 metres and includes 23 floors of the fabulous Hilton Hotel. It's also one of the thinnest skyscrapers in the world.

Enter online via our website today or contact us via the details below to take part in this phenomenal challenge!

This year we are delighted to organise this as a joint event with the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital and all proceeds from the Tower Run will be equally split between the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and the RMCH Charity.

Telephone: 0300 373 1100
Contact name: Soosie Rhodes
email: events@cftrust.org.uk

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