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Havering ‘90 Joggers dress up as dinosaurs for Hornchurch park run in support of mental health charity

PUBLISHED: 09:59 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:26 29 November 2017

Members of the Havering '90 Joggers took part in a dinosaur-themed run to raise awareness of mental health charity Havering Mind.

Members of the Havering '90 Joggers took part in a dinosaur-themed run to raise awareness of mental health charity Havering Mind.

Havering '90 Joggers

It’s not everyday that you see dinosaurs running around a park, but a club got dressed up in the inflatable costumes to raise awareness of a good cause.

The Havering ‘90 Joggers took to Harrow Lodge Park, Hornchurch, on Saturday in their unusual costumes for the first Jurassaic Park Run, inviting anyone to join in, to try and raise awareness of mental health charity Havering Mind.

Member Mark Dalby said: “Club members put a lot of time and effort into the run at the weekend and we hope more people are aware of this great charity as a consequence.

“The run itself was epic and just as silly as I envisioned it would be, so we are already planning on a few more Jurassaic Park Run tours so watch out for more.”

To become a member of the Haveirng ‘90 Joggers or to find out more visit here

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