It’s time to dust off those running shoes and pull those bikes out of the garage once more. Youth homelessness charity LandAid is calling for participants to run the LandAid 10k and cycle the Tour de LandAid this summer.

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The LandAid 10k run is being held in Regent’s Park in London and will be the charity’s first live, mass-participation event since 2019, although people can still take part virtually if they prefer.

New for this year is the option to choose whether to run 5k, 10k or – if you’re fitter than most PW hacks – 15k.

The second event, the Tour de LandAid, starts on 1 July, and lasts for 23 days. Teams of up to six people can sign up to cycle as far as possible during the Tour de France.

Paul Morrish, chief executive of LandAid, said: “We are calling upon as many people in the industry as possible to run, walk or cycle with us, to raise funds to go towards projects and charities focusing on solutions to youth homelessness.”