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HomeNewsScottish NewsSunday Mail Centenary FundSanta Dash 2014: Thousands set to don running shoes and red suits to raise money for charityTHE Glasgow Santa Dash, which takes place on Sunday, will raise cash for the 17 great causes who will benefit from the Sunday Mail Centenary Fund.11:03, 5 DEC 2014Updated11:05, 5 DEC 2014Thousands take part in Santa Dash (Image: Alasdair Macleod/Daily Record)

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THE streets of Glasgow will be overrun with Santas on Sunday as thousands of people put on their running shoes and red suits to raise money for charity.

The Glasgow Santa Dash is one of the highlights of the Christmas build up and there is still time for you to take part in it.

The event kicks off in George Square at 9:30am on Sunday when up to 5000 runners dressed as Father Christmas will be at the starting line .

They will run 5km to raise cash for the 17 great causes who will benefit from the Sunday Mail Centenary Fund, including the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice, CHAS, Shelter and Calum’s Cabin.

3700 Santas paint streets of Glasgow red and white

Heather Suttie of the Sunday Mail Centenary Fund said: “Last year the Glasgow Santa Dash raised for 17 charities. We’d like to top that this year and hope this is the biggest ever Santa Dash to end Glasgow 2014 on a massive high.

“You don’t have to be a serious runner to take part.

“Everyone is welcome for what is a fun morning and a brilliant way to raise money for some very worthy causes.

“Runners and walkers of all levels of ability are welcome.”

If you are there on the day, tweet your pics using GLASantaDash and we will feature them in an online gallery.

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