Cyprus Mail

Run, run for love

By Maria Gregoriou

It doesn’t matter if you look good in red or not – or even if you manage to take a selfie of yourself in red and upload it on social media, everyone can be a Santa this coming Friday when the CyTA Santa Run will be held.

Join the multitude of Santa Clauses that will start running from the CyTA shop in Engomi at 5.30pm and end up at the Tassos Papadopoulos – Eleftheria Stadium where a concert by the Greek band Stavento will perform together with the band Papigion.

You can get your Santa suit with the CyTA Santa Run logo on it from the Engomi Cyta shop for €20. The cost of the costume also includes your entrance fee to the concert.

If you already have a Santa suit then you can go along and only pay €7 for the concert.

As Christmas is the time to give, this run is not only about getting some exercise and singing along at a concert, it is also about helping out and who could deserve our help more than children?

All proceeds from the concert will be donated to the Neonatal Hearing Screening Programme of the Centre for Preventive Paediatrics.

Tickets can be bought online from Sold Out Tickets, or you can get them from the Engomi Cyta shop and from the Mall of Cyprus.

After the run is over you can save the suit to also make some other little ones very, very happy.

Cyta Santa Run: Stavento and Papigion Concert
Santa run and concert to collect funds for the Neonatal Hearing Screening Programme of the Centre for Preventive Paediatrics. December 11. Engomi Cytashop until Eleftheria Sports Arena, Nicosia. Runs starts at 5.30pm and the concert is at 7.30pm. €20 for both and €7 for the concert only. Tel: 22-818585

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