A WATER-LOGGED course failed to dampen spirits as over 100 runners took on Headway Birmingham and Solihull’s annual Easter Fun Run.
The course was changed at the eleventh hour as organisers found the original track was too muddy and dangerous to run on.
Among the runners, who raised £2,000, at Cofton Park were people dressed in full rabbit costumes, others sporting bunny ears and Ian Moore, a client at Headway’s Leighton House brain injury hub in Rednal.
Jade Foxall, acquired brain injury co-ordinator from the Rednal hub, said: “Ian has been going along to some of our offsite gym sessions and the progress he has made was apparent for all to see on Sunday.
“We are really proud of him and he should feel very proud of himself, too.”
All fun run participants were presented with a chocolate Easter egg.
They were also handed an Easter-themed medal, which was designed by another of Headway’s clients Mark Hannaby, as they crossed the finish line.