Run For All Nottingham 10K

Jane Tomlinson Nottingham 10K Run Logo

NDS are proud to be a Charity Partner for this year’s Jane Tomlinson’s Nottingham 10K run on Sunday 31st May 2020.

The course this year is within the grounds of the University of Nottingham. It’s a great opportunity to support our work and participate in this large annual event. There are 3 ways you can get involved. We have charity running places available for anyone who would like to support us. For non-runners we have been asked to provide a number of volunteers to support the event on Race Day. Or, if you still want to support us then come along and join us on the day and cheer on family and friends around the course.


Female runner

Charity Running places are only £20. If you wish to run in support of NDS then please complete the form below to confirm your interest. Once we have received your payment we will assign a place to you.

All we ask is that you commit to raising funds for us through sponsorship. All the money you raise will go towards our work with deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people. By supporting us you will in turn be supporting a community of people who face daily barriers in accessing everyday services. Whatever you raise will make a difference.

Full information about the race is on the Run For All website including the course layout and FAQs.

How to apply

To apply for one of our places please complete the simple form below. One we have received it we’ll send an electronic invoice which can be paid for by Credit/Debit card or Bank Transfer.


Race Day volunteers

You can also support us by volunteering to help the Event Team on Race Day. You need to be available from 7.30AM until 12.00PM on Race Day and you need to be 18 years old or over on race day.

Volunteers play vital roles as route marshals, drinks station marshals and offering support in the Event Village. Charity volunteers typically marshal one section of the route with the same assembly point, for ease of travel. Where possible, this section corresponds with the charity cheer point, which serves to increase the visibility and impact of a partner charity across a specific part of the route.

Unfortunately, we cannot offer a variety of roles, and volunteers will be allocated as required by Run For All.

How to register

If you would like to register as a volunteer, please complete the form below.


runners in a race

Not a runner? Unable to help as a volunteer? Then come and cheer on family, friends and other runners on Race Day. The race begins at 9.30am and we will be given a specific place on the course to cheer people on. (Location To Be Advised). There is no need to register but please subscribe to our mailing list to keep in touch with updates before Race Day.

Sign-up to the mailing list


Can’t get involved this time? why not consider making a donation or becoming a regular support of our work.

How to Give:

Whatever the size of your donation it will make a difference to our work, empowering deaf people so that their lives are enriched.